Former Gor Mahia striker move to Ugandan giants

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During his stint in the KPL, Sserunkuma was voted the league’s MVP in 2013
Former Gor Mahia striker, Dan Sserunkuma has sealed a two-year deal with former Ugandan champions, Viper SC.

The diminutive striker, who won the Kenyan Premier League with K’Ogalo back in 2013 finally completed a move from Express FC to league chasers, Viper SC.

The former St. Mary's School in Kitende alumnus joined Viper SC after a protracted negotiation in January.

Sserenkuma finally made the long-awaited move from relegation-threatened Express FC with a month still left to run on his contract.

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During his stint in the KPL, Sserunkuma was voted the league’s Most Valuable Player after guiding K’Ogalo to a first league title in 18 years in 2013.

The Ugandan also scored 16 KPL league goals with Gor Mahia In 2014 before he left for Tanzania giants, Simba SC at the end of the season.

 

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