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Rama Salim set for trials

Harambee Stars and Gor Mahia playmaker Rama Salim is set to attend trials in the United Arab Emirates as well as in Finland.

Confirming the news, the former Congo United player expressed his joy at landing the trial invitations and hoped he would be successful.

“My agent has informed me that I have invites from several clubs in the UAE as well as in Finland. It is my dream to play professionally and my hope is that I will impress in the trials and get a good deal,” Rama said.

It is for this reason that the player requested to be omitted from the Kenya squad that is scheduled to face Burundi in a CHAN qualifier return match in Nairobi.

“I will be travelling to Dubai over the weekend and I’m not sure when I will return so I requested the coach to omit me from his plans. I wish them victory in the match and I know they can do well even in my absence,” Rama added.

Rama joined Gor Mahia at the beginning of the recently concluded season.

He was the team’s second-top scorer in the Tusker Premier League this campaign with 12 goals. Ugandan striker Dan Sserenkuma bettered his efforts with 17 goals.


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