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Former Sofapaka FC midfielder Feni Ali is hunting for a new club in the June transfer widow.

The 26-year-old has been club-less since severing ties with the Batoto Ba Mungu at the start of the 2018 season, he was reported to have been loaned to Bandari at the start of the season but the controversial transfer hit a snag.

The player now says he is ready for a come-back and has urged Kenyan Premier League clubs interested in his services to contact him.

“I want to return to competitive football to revive my career. I have been training with Lugazi United here in Kampala and my fitness level is good and ready to play anytime,” he told Soka25east.

“I have missed football and any club interested in my services should contact me, if we reach an agreement then I will definitely join them.”

The Ugandan international previously played for URA FC in his native country. Recently he has been quoted stating that he has major interest in coming back and play in the Kenyan league.

“I am not interested in playing in the Ugandan league. I have also received offers from Ugandan clubs but I prefer KPL which is more competitive and organized. I also feel playing in Kenya will boost my chances of receiving a call to the national team, Cranes,” Feni told The Star, a newspaper based in Nairobi.

During his six-month stay at Sofapaka he scored six goals with 9 assists written on his back.

A lover of African football who boasts experience in journalism, having previously worked at Brand Agenda Publications, East Africa University News and University Post in Uganda before moving to Soka25east.com. On Twitter @fgchuma

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