Hussein settled at Karuturi
New Karuturi Sports FC forward Zzinda Hussein believes he has settled well at the team and is optimistic he’ll have a good time in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL).
“I’m now totally settled here. My teammates have been very supportive and I wish to express my gratitude to them,” he said.
The player scored his first KPL goal for the club when the Naivasha-based side beat 12th placed SoNy sugar FC 1-0 on Sunday at the Oserian Stadium.
“I look forward to scoring more goals and helping the team win games. I’m enjoying my time in the KPL so much,” Zzinda said.
The player, who was signed from Ugandan Super League (USL) side Utoda FC during the mid-season transfer window, added that his sole aim is to help Karuturi finish among the top five teams.
“The league is very competitive but my prayer is that I maintain my form and keep scoring. I want to help Karuturi finish in top five by the end of the season.”
Karuturi are currently in seventh place on the league table with 25 points from 18 matches. They face table-toppers AFC Leopards, who have 37 points from the same number of matches, on Saturday at Nyayo National Stadium.
Victor Majid, who was also signed during the mid-season transfer season from Sony Sugar, collected his fifth yellow card this season during their match against his former team and will therefore miss the match against Ingwe.