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Serunkuma ready for Leopards clash



Gor Mahia’s Ugandan import Dan Serunkuma is hoping to help spearhead the K’Ogalo attack to a famous victory over arch rivals AFC Leopards in Saturday’s league encounter at Kasarani.

However Serunkuma is not worried if he fails to score as his happiness will come from the fact that the team gets all the three points against their rivals.

Serunkuma has also brushed aside sentiments that the Ingwe defenders will ensure they get no chance as he reiterated that in football they will focus their game as a team.

"I am more than thrilled to be among the players who will play in the big derby and this is a great opportunity for me .I definitely want to score against Ingwe but above all I want my team Gor Mahia to get all the three points that will help us focus on the league title," Serunkuma told supersport.com.

"We are motivated as a team and a win will put us in firm position to contest the Tusker Premier League title and make our fans extremely happy," he added.

Serunkuma will be playing his first ever derby in Gor Mahia colours after joining in the mid season from City Stars where his goal scoring prowess was discovered.



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