Uganda Cranes midfielder Taddeo Lwanga has finally joined a new team.
The defensive midfielder has been unveiled by Simba SC in Tanzania on Wednesday.
He joins the 21-league champions as a free agent since canceling his contract with Egyptian side Tanta SC in July this year.
“Welcome to Msimbazi, you are with the league champions and a big representative in international competition,” Simba welcomed the Midfielder.
He was strongly linked with a move to rejoin Express FC before the talks hit a dead wall.
Besides Express, Lwanga has also played for SC Villa and Vipers SC before leaving for the Egypt Premier League last season.
Lwanga follows in the footsteps of Emmanuel Okwi, Murushid Juuko, Brian Majwega and Hamis Kizza among other Ugandans to have played for Simba.
The 26-year old is a big addition for the Tanzanian side, and he brings solidity, leadership and experience in the middle of the park.
He is the latest foreigner to join the Msimbazi who also acquired Larry Bwalya (Zambia), Joash Onyango (Kenya) and Bernard Morrison (Ghana) before this season’s kickoff.