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Ryan Hamisi with trophy

Rangers keeper confident of starring on big stage if handed chance

Modern Coast Rangers Keeper Ryan Hamisi is confident that he can star if given a chance by a top club.

The custodian who was named the second best keeper in Koth Biro Annual Tournament stated that he would love to join a top club but will only leave for a place that he would be assured of play time.

Easy to make it

-I am still at Modern Coast, I have not received an offer yet but I case it comes my way I will leave for team that I am sure of getting playtime. I believe it is easy to make it but getting the chances is the problem, he told Futaa.

Hamisi revealed that his ambition was to lead the Pumwani to victory and he is not disappointed with a second best keeper award since he was not eyeing an individual award.

Not bad

-It was not bad to get the second position. It is the third time that I have been nominated. So I thank God for coming second. The important thing that I wanted was to win this title. I was not focused at the individual price, he said.

The custodian believes that the tournament is a good stage for upcoming footballers to display their abilities and feels that it also has the required exposure for players.

Showcase skills

-Such tournaments are very important. Division one, National Super League do not have good exposure but this tournament helps players who are not popular to showcase their skills.

Pumwani Allstars finished second in the Koth Biro tournament with Hamisi being their custodian.