Bandari FC striker Masoud Juma has fully recovered from an ankle injury that has kept him out of action for five months.
The youngster was part of Bobby Williamson’s squad to prepare for African U23 Championships qualifying clash against Botswana before picking the injury in April 2015 that has since locked him out.
Back and training
“I am fully back and training with the main team. I feel good to be back and now fighting to get the match fitness but I am happy because now I can play for at least ten or so minutes,” he told Soka.
“All I need is to check with the doctor for a final word after compelting my prescriptions. At the moment all is well though I have some little pain which am sure is as a result of lack of match fitness.”
The 2011 Coca Cola /AFCO Inter-military Schools Soccer Championships’ Most Valuable Player (MVP) with Isiolo Barracks Secondary School has scored two goals in six league appearances this season totaling to 190 minutes.
The former Isiolo Youth, Kambakia Christian Centre (KCC) and Shabana FC forward joined the Dockers in June 2014 from Football Kenya Federation (FKF) side Shabana.
He was an unused substitute in their barren draw against Chemelil Sugar and might be part of the travelling contingent to Thika ahead of the weekend fixture away to Thika United.