Serunkuma joins Bandari

Former Gor Mahia striker and 2012 Kenyan Premier League Player of the Year Dan Sserunkuma has joined CAF Confederation Cup-bound Bandari as the club’s last signing in the current transfer widow.Sserunkuma penned a one-and-a-half year contract that will keep him at Bandari until mid next season.Bandari media liaison officer Ernest Mbalanya said that Sserunkuma had joined the club on coach Twahir Muhiddin’s request, and that his arrival wrapped up their December-January transfer business.
“We expect him to stay with us until June 2017, although he requested to have a clause in his contract that allowed him to move to a good club abroad if the opportunity arises. We agreed to include this clause.
“The coach wanted to be given one good striker in view of our upcoming continental assignment, and I think this will be the last person we include in the squad. We now want to start serious preparation for both the Kenyan Premier League and the CAF Confederation Cup,” he said.
Bandari have made several big signings this December-January transfer window. Recently secured by the ambitios dockmen are former Sofapaka captain Felly Mulumba, AFC Leopards duo of Edwin Wafula and Bernard Mang’oli, as well as striker Meshack Karani, formerly with Chemelil Sugar.
This will be Sserunkuma’s third club in the Kenyan Premier League and his second stint in the competition.He first featured for City Stars before crossing over to Gor Mahia. He was named KPL Player of the Years in 2012 while turning out for K’Ogalo before recording his best season a year later when he steered the glamour club to their first league title in 18 years.
In December 2013, the Ugandan national joined Tanzanian gaints Simba before leaving for Armenian club Ulisses in July last year. He joins Bandari after terminating his contract with the Yerevan-based club over a payment disagreement.
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