Masoud Juma optimistic despite failed trials in South Africa
Kenyan forward Masoud Juma says he is “loving the experience” of training at high profile clubs.
The Kariobangi Sharks striker returned to home on Monday from South Africa after undergoing an unsuccessful week long trial at top flight champions Bidvest Wits.
Spoke to Gavin Hunt earlier and he confirmed that he’s having a look at Camaldine Abraw, but Kenyan, Masoud Juma, won’t be offered a deal… pic.twitter.com/EudMYIAwTW
— Joe Crann (@YesWeCrann) August 1, 2017
Indeed, this was the second time inside a month the Kenya international was attempting to secure a move abroad without luck.
The last time, he spent a fortnight at Swedish clubs AIK Fotball and Jonkopings Sodra but failed to convince the technical teams.
The 23 year-old has however taken it all in his stride.
He told Nairobi News: “My way of doing things is to keep on trying and make the moment count. I cant just sit down and wait for the opportunities to come knocking,”
He added: “And then, there always is that experience you pick when training alongside big name players and working with the best coaches. From my spells in Sweden and South Africa, I certainly am an improved player.”
Juma is expected to link up with his club teammates ahead of the next SportPesa Premier League clash against Zoo Kericho.