StarTimes Uganda Premier League side KCCA FC has acquired the services of Italian player Stefano Mazengo Loro, it’s official.
Mazengo who grew up in Uganda, was born to Italian parents in Kenya and has lived in Uganda and Tanzania as well.
He was unveiled on Sunday during the KCCA FC TV show on Sanyuka TV.
The unveiling was crafted in a hilarious video where Mazengo is given a lift by a renown MX champion Maxime Van Pee to StarTimes Stadium before making his way to the astro turf.
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The defensive midfielder has signed a three-year contract and becomes the third addition for KCCA after Charles Lwanga and Ashraf Mugume.
He is a product of Kampala Kids League, an academy he played for from 2006 to 2009.
Stefano Mazengo Loro – Fact File
Born: February 14, 1994
Position: Defensive Midfielder
Strong foot: Right Leg
Education: International Baccalauret at International School of Uganda, Bachelor in International Leisure Manager (Standen University Netherlands) and Deusto University (Spain), Masters Degree in Sports Business and Management at Sheffield Hallam University.
2006-2009: Kampala Kids League
2014-2018: FC Leovardia (Netherlands)
2016: Deusto University (Spain)
2017-2018: Don Vittoria FC (Uganda)
2018-2019: Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)
2018-2019: Sheffield FC (Futsal) (United Kingdom)