Bandari FC Technical Director Edward Oduor has rubbished reports linking Masoud Juma with a move away from the club in the June transfer window.
Masoud, who joined the Dockers in June 2014, had a slow start to life at the Mombasa based outfit that was rocked by a series of long term recurring injuries. After a disappointing debut season, Masoud started off brightly in 2015 but his progress was slowed down by an injury once again limiting his contribution to substitute appearances.
A fantastic end to the 2015 season that saw him score in the final of the GOtv Shield against Nakumatt set the tone for a break-out season in 2016 but his first team chances were dampened by the acquisition of Dan Sserunkuma, Edwin Lavatsa and Meshack Karani in the January transfer window.
The youngster took to social media recently to express his desire to leave the club in search of playing time though Oduor insists that he still has a running contract with the club.
“Masoud still has a contract with the club until 2017. He is still our player and he needs to be patient because there are experienced players in his position. His time to play will come,” Oduor told Soka.
Bandari is expecting a mass exodus in the June transfer window with Edwin Wafula, Musa Mudde and Meshack Karani all set to depart..