Express enterprising winger Simon “Almeida” Serunkuma relishing a terrific form of his career presently does not rule out a possible quick return to Serbian tactician Mulitin Micho Sredjovic’s Uganda national team set up after a lengthy spell of absence.
The erstwhile Victors, SC Villa, SC Simba midfielder came to the lime light subsequent to the Uganda shs16million record transfer from then Colonel Bell’s Victors to SC Villa. Serunkuma has been a perpetual absentee from the Cranes approximately to three years now.
Serunkuma on his return to his childhood club from Simba Sc, had signed mega cash deal for the Tanzanian giants after an impressive pre-season Express trial games in Tanzanian capital Dar es salam.
With his remarkable form aiding Express dump AUPL new comers Masavu FC and URA yesterday at Mehta stadium -Lugazi in Uganda cup, with his magical display sinking SC Villa in the AUPL derby at Wankulukuku. In an exclusive interview with Sports256,he thinks of rebounding to the national team soon with the hard work.
“Whenever am selected to play for my club i put in my best so that we win for our fans, and still off the pitch i always insert extra effort to improve every day, anything else i think there technical people also to do their work, but if am selected will be available to play for my country.”
The dribbling wizard, “the Eden Hazard kind of player,” Serunkuma has formed an undisputed forward partnership for Matia Lule at Wankulukuku with captain Sadam Ibrahim Juma, and Vipers loanees in Joseph Semujju and Allan Kyambadde.
Matia Lule who employs a false nine, plays with no target man upfront in his tactical system of play which sees all the four utilized upfront with Mahad Yaya and Derick Tekkwo behind them in holding midfield.