Maidstone striker Shamir Mullings is showing former club Forest Green what they’re missing, report Kent Online.
Summer signing Mullings vowed to prove a point after leaving Rovers under a cloud and has scored in his last two Stones matches.
He’d worked hard to reach the Football League but was frozen out by manager Mark Cooper after only seven appearances.
“As a coach, Mark Cooper’s very, very good but I feel like he didn’t give me the chance to actually show him what I can be like and what I can do when a manager trusts you and puts his arm around you and says to express yourself.
“When I say I’ve got a point to prove, Forest Green made me out to be the bad guy and obviously you’ve got a lot of fans who turn around and say you’re not good enough, etc.
“I don’t really care about the fans’ opinion but I’m not a bad person, I’m not a bad player and I wanted this year to prove to everyone who thought I was that bad person that the move to Forest Green wasn’t a fluke.”
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