New Simba SC signing Daniel ‘Mzee’ Sserunkuma has revealed why he left Kenya Premier League Champions Gor Mahia.
The Ugandan international on Wednesday completed a medical at the Msimbazi and signed a two year deal that will keep him at the club till after at least 2016.

In an interview with, the diminutive star who top scored in KPL last season with 16 goals said he wanted a new challenge after winning titles with K’Ogalo. Sserunkuma said;
I won two titles with Gor Mahia and also finished as top scorer in two seasons. I just felt it was right time for me to take another challenge. I have no issues with Gor Mahia at all. Gor Mahia will remain my second home. It was a matter of getting a new challenge and taking my game to the next level. I will always have Gor Mahia in my heart and want to wish them a good campaign in African Champions League competition next season.
Sserunkuma also wishes the club wins the KPL title for a third time in a row after triumphs in 2013 and 2014.
“I also pray that they win Kenyan Premier League title for a third successive season. They can make it because they have a good squad and a very fantastic coach in Frank Nuttal.”
The ex- Express FC and Victors FC forward joined K’Ogalo from Nairobi City Stars in January 2012.
At Simba, he joins compatriots Joseph Owino and Emmanuel Okwi who he is expected to partner with up front.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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