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Sserunkuma parts ways with Armenian club over pay

December 4th, 2015 1 min read

Former Gor Mahia striker Dan Sserunkuma has left Armenian club Ulisses FC following a pay dispute stretching back four months.

Sserunkuma’s agent Ken Joseph revealed the turn of events in an exclusive interview with Nairobi News saying that they intend to involve world football governing body to settle the matter.

“Ulisses have failed to maintain contractual agreements between themselves and Sserunkuma. The player will soon return to Nairobi to spend time with his family. Thereafter we shall weigh all options available to him during the next transfer window,” Joseph said in an online interview from his European base.

According to the Ugandan player’s agent, Sserunkuma is owed Sh 2.5 million by the club, including four months of unpaid wages and other bonuses.

This development marks what has certainly been a year to forget for the 24 year old striker who starred during a three-year stint in Kenya that began in 2011.

Formerly at Victors FC in Uganda and later Nairobi City Stars, Sserunkuma had to mutually terminate his contract with Tanzanian giant club Simba SC in June.

Recent media reports have linked Sserunkuma, who scored 49 times in 73 appearances for Gor Mahia, with a return to Gor Mahia. Other clubs in the Kenyan Premier League said to be interested in signing him are Tusker and AFC Leopards.