Veteran forward Geoffrey Sserunkuma says that he is NOT thinking about retiring from football because it is the only job he has.
Sserunkuma’s career stretches way back in the early 2000s, starting his journey with Wolves, then Horizon before joining Police FC in 2002.
He has since played for about 13 clubs including stints abroad with Saint George, Bloemfentein Celtic, Bidvest Wits, Vasco Da Gama, Buildcon among others.
Locally, he also played for the defunct Lweza and SC Victoria University but his best memories were at KCCA FC.
“I am not thinking about retirement any time because football is the only job I have,” the lethal striker told this website.
Sserunkuma, 37, won the league and Uganda Cup in 2017, the same season he finished as the league’s top scorer and Most Valuable player.
He joined the Zambian Premier League and signed for Buildcon and later transfered to Napsters before returning to Wakiso Giants last season.
He confesses that it has been a tough season for him at the Purple Sharks.
“Yes, I have had a tough one. I was off form all the season.”
On whether he will be at Wakiso next season, Sserunkuma remains uncertain because his contract ends on July 30.
The forward was part of the Uganda Cranes squad that featured at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon under coach Sredejovic ‘Micho’ Milutin.