Former Express FC and Victor Fc striker Dan Sserunkuma is on course to join five time Faz/MTN Zambian champions Kabwe Warriors, dosage http://concernedafricascholars.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader.php according to reliable reports.
“Kabwe Warriors have already begun talks with Cranes striker, http://csmfireprotection.com.au/components/com_k2/controllers/itemlist.php Dan Sserunkuma over a possible transfer deal. The Warriors are in search of a replacement for their striker Idriss Mbombo who transfered to Zesco United,” our source in Zambia revealed.
The Cranes striker has had a cold year since joining Tanzanian giants Simba SC in December 2014.
He went on to score only three goals before terminating his agreement on mutual consent.
The pint sized striker then moved abroad and signed with lowly ranked Ulisses in Armenia but the two parties collided after the team failed to keep their financial part of the bargain ,according to his agent.
“Sserunkuma left Ulisses FC because of financial difficulties. The club did not keep their part of the deal; they didn’t pay him for over three months. The matter has been forwarded to Fifa,” said Joseph, Sserunkuma’s agent.
The player had earlier on been linked to coach Paul Nkata’s new Kenya premier league side, Tuskef FC but the talks failed to take off.
URA FC came from down twice to overcome Uganda Premier League leaders KCCA FC in a dramatic fashion on Saturday afternoon at the Mekhta stadium in Lugazi.
The Kasasiro boys set the ball rolling just in the third minute of play when Mucurezi started a quick counter attack down the right lane before releasing to Ocaya who set up Senkatuka.
The recipient settled and fired in a left foot stunner past Bwete for the first.
The goal forced coach Kefa Kisala to pull off a rather tired and unproductive Patrick Ochan for Frank Kalanda.
Star striker Robert Ssentongo pulled one back in the second minute of first half added time after KCCA defenders had failed to clear a loose ball from Feni Ali’s attack.
Second half drama.
Kalanda took his share of misses seven minutes after restart when he failed to convert a free header inside six yards off Allan Munaaba’s pin point cross.
Paul Mucurezi gave the visitors another lead with just 17 minutes left.
URA FC keeper Brian Bwete failed to hold on a sloppy cross, salve http://ccalliance.org/blog/wp-includes/meta.php dropping the ball on Mucureezi who made no mistake for the second.
Kisala quickly pulled out Elkanah Nkugwa bringing in Ronald Kigongo while KCCA FC opted for time wasting tactics.
Ssentongo struck his eighth goal of the season in the 86th minute from another mistake in the KCCA FC set up who gave away ball in the midfield leading to a quick exchange upto goal.
Benjamin Ochan will have himself and defense to blame for clumsily loosing the ball from a last minute cross which Kalanda slotted in from an ensuing goal melee.