Former Gor Mahia midfielder Rama Salim is back in the country faced with an uncertain future after failing to secure a deal to join a club in South Africa
Former Gor Mahia midfielder Rama Salim is back in the country faced with an uncertain future after he apparently failed to get a club in South Africa where he attended trials with two sides.
Salim arrived home two days ago but declined to state his next course of action. “I came back on Monday but have not yet decided my next move,” he told Goal when reached for comment.
With the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) window closed, Salim is faced with prospect of staying idle for six months if nothing comes up for him soon.
After failing at Celtic, Rama went to AmaZulu, where another Kenyan and former AFC Leopards' speedy winger Paul Were penned a deal, but nothing much came out of it as well.