Masoud Juma finally makes Cape Town City FC debut

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Masoud Juma signed for the Citizens last January from Kariobangi Sharks for undisclosed fee

Masoud Juma finally made his much awaited debut for the South African side Cape Town City FC in a League Cup victory against Orlando Pirates.

Juma came in as a second half substitute to help City book a quarter-finals berth in a 1-0 win over Pirates at the Cape Town Stadium.

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The reigning Kenyan Premier League Golden Boot winner, came in for Bradley Ralani in the 79th minute to make his maiden appearance for the Benni McCarthy side.

The lanky striker signed for the Citizens last January from Kariobangi Sharks for undisclosed fee.

Juma was sidelined with an injury picked last December during the Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup with Harambee Stars.

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