New Platinum Stars goalkeeper Bouna Coundoul says he hopes to make a lasting impression in South Africa’s Premier Soccer League.
The Senegalese number one has competed in Cyprus and the United States and says he is looking forward to playing in South Africa.
“It is a challenge because as much as I played for Senegal against African teams I haven’t played in the continent’s local leagues,” he says.
“But I’m up for the challenge and I hope to leave a mark. I will do my best at all times for Platinum Stars,” he adds in an interview with Kick Off.
Coundoul, who played against Ghana (they beat the Stars), South Africa and Algeria in the recent 2015 Africa Cup of Nations with the match ending, has played with some big names during his career abroad.
He was a teammate of Thierry Henry at New York Red Bulls a few years ago.
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