Matsoso regrets leaving Poland
FORMER Lioli attacking midfielder Luciano Matsoso regrets ever leaving Polish side Oskar Przysucha to join South African side, Black Leopards three years ago.
Matsoso joined Black Leopards in the 2017/18 season and spent one and half years without playing a single game. He later joined Lioli in January this year.
His contract with Lioli, where he was the highest paid player pocketing a monthly M15 000 salary, ended in June and Tse Nala decided against renewing it.
Matsoso is currently with his family in South Africa and says he regrets leaving Poland.
“I regret leaving Poland and coming back to South Africa because I was enjoying my football in Poland before suffering an injury which nearly ended my career,” Matsoso said on Friday.
Matsoso said the injury forced him to come back home at a time his fiancée was expecting.
“The injury took long to heel… and I ended up signing for Black Leopards.”
Matsoso sustained another injury shortly after joining Leopards and ended up watching from the stands throughout his stay at the club.
He said he was now focusing on returning to Europe and his manager was already working on that.
“My manager is in Finland as we speak and there are already two offers that he is negotiating. That is what I want to focus on because that is where I want to go (Europe).
“The Finnish league is going to start in October so my manager has been negotiating for me and I am just waiting to hear from him so that we decide whether or not I will sign after exploring the options. I also have an offer in Lesotho but if I sign, it will only be for six months,” Matsoso said.