Brazilian striker Maikon Leite leaves Petro de Luanda

Luanda - Brazilian striker Maikon Leite said Saturday, he was leaving Petro de Luanda football team after being hired by the Angolan outlet in October 2020 in a contract valid for two seasons.

The athlete announced his departure on his official Instagram account, at a time when the striker has played just four games in the national first division football championship.

"Thank you Petro de Luanda, it was a pleasure to be with you this year, 2021. All the luck in your journey," wrote the compatriot of Tiago Azulão and top scorer of the championship with 13 goals.

Petro de Luanda is the most crowned Angolan football team with 15 trophies.

Maikon Leite, who complained of successive injuries, was hired by the Spanish coach Toni Cosano, further replaced by Angolan Mateus Agostinho due to bad results.

About the announcement of the player on social media, the head of the Department of Associativism, Communication and Marketing of Petro de Luanda, Sidónio Malamba, neither confirmed nor denied the information to ANGOP.

 

The athlete announced his departure on his official Instagram account, at a time when the striker has played just four games in the national first division football championship.

"Thank you Petro de Luanda, it was a pleasure to be with you this year, 2021. All the luck in your journey," wrote the compatriot of Tiago Azulão and top scorer of the championship with 13 goals.

Petro de Luanda is the most crowned Angolan football team with 15 trophies.

Maikon Leite, who complained of successive injuries, was hired by the Spanish coach Toni Cosano, further replaced by Angolan Mateus Agostinho due to bad results.

About the announcement of the player on social media, the head of the Department of Associativism, Communication and Marketing of Petro de Luanda, Sidónio Malamba, neither confirmed nor denied the information to ANGOP.