Panserraikos looking to improve

Greek club Panserraikos is looking to improve their team after their poor campaign last season.

Indeed the club has failed to reach their objectives last season and they will be hoping that this new season will be different. The coach said that they have already identified some new players and that they are working hard to sign them.

It is believed that the club is interested in signing Ugandan striker Herman NtezaWasswa to boost their attacking options. The player’s agent has revealed that the Greek club has been in contact with him and that they have invited his client to spend some time on trial with the club. He said that the player is considering the offer and that he will give a reply soon.

Herman NtezaWasswa is a 22-year old player that has been playing mainly for the Kampala Capital City Authority team. He just returned after a trial in Kenya with Sofapaka and is now considering the offer from the Greek club.

The Panserraikos coach, on the other hand, has stated that he has a good squad at the moment and that it is up to the players to deliver the goods. He said that the players are following his instructions well and that they are giving their best in training. He believes that Panserraikos can have a good campaign if the players are not affected by injuries. He added that his side is a bit short in terms of players, and this is why he is looking to recruit some new members.

He said that the objective of the club is clear as they want to compete with the best teams in the league for the title. He believes that once the team improves on the pitch fans will start to come back and support the team.