Uganda Cranes tactician Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has praised his striker Geoffrey Massa and said the player has all it takes to become the top scorer in the South African Premier Soccer League (PSL).
Last weekend the University of Pretoria striker Geoffrey Massa was stretchered off in the first minute following a collision with Thulani Hlatshwayo. The AmaTuks team later confirmed the Ugandan striker had suffered a concussion.
But Micho is very optimistic that Massa will return to show his worth.
“I keep him in my prayers after that incident, but I know he will be a much stronger player when he returns,” added the Serb.
Massa, who has been an integral part of the national team setup for almost a decade, joined the South African side from Cypriot club Yenicami.
Massa made his return to South Africa after he previously spent a year at Jomo Cosmos, ending his spell in 2009 before heading to Egypt to join Etisalat.
The player was last month left out of the Cranes’ vital 2014 World Cup qualifier against Senegal played in the neutral ground in Casablanca, Morocco.