Bandari FC head coach Twahir Muhidin has backed his Ugandan forward Dan Sserunkuma to get to his best after a tough start to the season that has seen the former Gor Mahia man failed to score in the team’s opening ten matches of the season.
Sserunkuma enjoyed great form while at Gor Mahia though the same can’t be said of his two stints in Tanzania and Armenia thereafter and he had to return to the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) to seek redemption.
Twahir says Sserunkuma has played a key role in the team so far and he is not worried that the striker, who bagged the KPL Player of the Year accolade in 2012, is not scoring.
“He may not have scored so far in the season but he has been a key player for us so far. He is playing well and is creating a lot chances for his team mates either directly or by his runs that create space for his team mates.
“I am not worried that he has not scored and I am not putting him under pressure. I know his day is coming and for sure he will score goals,” he said.