Ugandan midfielder David ‘Colgate’ Owori has signed with Spanish club Velez CF, its official.
The club has confirmed the development via their official sites as the midfielder joins after ending his stay at SC Villa.
Last season, he was arguably one of Villa’s best players with integral performances spiced up with his three goals.
“Our first new player for next season has arrived in Vélez-Málaga. David is a 22-year-old versatile midfielder whose main strengths are speed, running ability and functional technique. He can play in both bands and also in the center of the field,” reads part of the statement form Velez FC.
“We will use the time well until next season begins to help David on and off the field adjust to our team and club.”
Owori rejected a fresh contract at the Jogoos and was a hot cake among local clubs including URA FC.
He started out with Nsambya Young Stars Academy before later joining Wembley Soccer Academy, Lukuli United, SC Vipers, Proline FC and SC Villa.
About Velez CF
Vélez Club de Fútbol is a Spanish football team based in Vélez-Málaga, in the autonomous community of Andalusia.
It was founded in 1922 and it plays in Tercera División – Group 9, holding home matches at Estadio Vivar Téllez.
They sit atop their group with 34 points from 17 games.
The Tercera Division is the current fourth highest level in the Spanish football league system and is operated by the RFEF and 17 regional federations.
It is below the Primera División (also known as La Liga), the Segunda División, and the semi-professional Segunda División B.