KCCA FC new signing Andrew Samson Kigozi has expressed readiness for ‘new challenges’ after signing a three-year contract with the 13-time league winners.
The former Police FC midfielder was unveiled by KCCA FC on Sunday during the club’s TV show on Sanyuka TV, as earlier reported by this website.
During the unveiling, Kigozi said that the move to KCCA FC is going to provide him with a platform to showcase his ability and also build his career.
“I feel so happy to join KCCA,” he started. “Its a dream come true on my side. My reason for joining KCCA is because its a top team that wants to win trophies, very organised with a good manager.”
“At Police, we only played in League and Uganda Cup but here, there is CAF Confederation Cup next season as well. So, I have very many games to build my career and exposure.
“I am a hardworking player, ready to score goals and I will be among the top scorers next season for the club. I am ready to help the team achieve its targets, and am very ready to handle the new challenges.”
He joins KCCA FC from Police FC where he scored five goals and provided four assists last season for Abdallah Mubiru’s side during his first spell in top flight.
He played for Busiro in Masaza Cup and has also featured for Kakiri Town and Kiboga Young FC.
Kigozi becomes the seventh signing for Mike Mutebi’s side – They earlier announced Charles Lwanga, Ashraf Mugume, Italian Stefano Mazengo Loro, Denis Iguma, Bright Anukani and Brian Aheebwa.
After finishing second last season behind champions Vipers, KCCA FC is assembling a team to both regain league crown and compete favourably in the CAF Confederation Cup.
They have so far released goalkeeper Tom Ikara and Jackson Nunda.
The side is still linked to Ibrahim Mugulusi of Busoga United but the deal to acquire Pius Obuya has fallen through after reported medical failure.
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