Kenyan striker Ismail Dunga is yet to move to Japan despite inking a deal with the country’s top flight side Sagan Tosu.
Dunga was confirmed by the club last month after an agreement was made by his club KF Vllaznia but according to the player, he was waiting for Japan to lift the travelling ban imposed on people leaving Albania.
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“Everything had been agreed upon and I’m just waiting for the country to lift their travel ban. I have been in communication with the new manager and everything is in place. I hope everything is sorted soon so that I can begin my new journey,” Dunga told Pepeta.
On what he expects in his new surroundings, Dunga said his has always been to do his best wherever he has been and was optimistic of having better tidings in his next destination.
“When you move to a new team you expect to hit the ground running and that is my aim. I want to give my best to my team and help them achieve their goals,” he added.
Dunga has been a prolific goal scorer in every club he has been and left the Albania league when he was one of the top marksman in the league; the former Tusker man leaving with four goals which were achieved in seven games he played.
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