Sserunkuma joins Moroccan outfit after ditching Bandari

Dan Sserunkuma in action for Bandari in a past KPL match. PHOTO COURTESY

Dan Sserunkuma has joined Moroccan outfit Ittihad Riadi Tanger barely a week after parting ways with Kenyan Premier League club Bandari FC.

The diminutive Ugandan striker signed a two year contract with Ittihad on Saturday following an agreement between his agent and the club, he confirmed through his official twitter handle.

Sserunkuma spent one and half years at Bandari having joined them on a free transfer in 2016 after terminating his contract with Armenian side, Ulisses Football Club.

His career pinnacle came in 2014 when he lead Gor Mahia to win the Kenyan Premier League KPL, emerging the top scorer with 16 goals before departing for Tanzanian side Simba SC the following season.

His new club, Ittihad Riadi Tange, founded in 1983, finished fifth in the just concluded Morocco’s Botola Pro league 2016/17 season where Wydad Casablanca were crowned the champions.