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Emeka elated with Muhoroni move



Former Tusker striker Joseph Emeka is elated with his move to Muhoroni Youth after being dropped by the brewers.

Emeka has described the move as a turning point for his career that saw him experience a goal drought in the last two seasons.

"I am happy to join Muhoroni Youth and I know some people will read my move as detrimental but I made the choice because I want to rediscover my form."

"As a footballer you have high and low moments and I believe after much reflection and soul searching going to Muhoroni Youth was the best option as I want to rediscover my scoring touch and get back at the top of my game," Emeka told supersport.com.

Emeka was among the three Nigerians signed up by coach Alfred Imonje .Former Sofapaka striker Abbas Akiyemi and AFC Leopards midfielder Ekene Emekwe were also signed to help the team in the 2013 season.



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