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Bageya mulls career options



Former AFC Leopards hitman Jimmy Bageya is undecided over his next move in the game.

The tricky forward was among the players dropped by AFC Leopards at the end of the 2012 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) season and is now a free agent.

He has been linked with a number of clubs like newly promoted Kakamega Homeboyz and a return to former club the Nairobi City Stars. The Ugandan, though, says that he still does not know what to do and where to go, even though he admits that he has offers on the table.

“I have not decided where to go to yet,” said Bageya. “Football is a game where you decide from your heart and for now my heart has not yet said a thing. “I still have time to think and will make a decision when I feel alright to do so.

“I have received offers yes and will consider them but for now I still do not know.”

As for his time at Leopards, he says that he enjoyed it there but hopes he could have stayed longer. They are a good club with very loyal fans. The pressure is there to perform well,” said Bageya.

“The first season there was very good because I got a lot of time to play and influence the team. Last season was different as I rarely started or even played at all which was hard for me. To be sent out of the team was not a shock but if I played more, I would have helped the team more,” he added.

Bageya scored three KPL goals for Leopards last term.



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