Former Vipers forward Brian Kalumba has returned his former club UPDF FC, The-SportsNation can confirm.
Kalumba’s history with UPDF FC dates back to 2020 when he first joined the team, showcasing his prowess with seven goals in twenty-one appearances.
However, he later made a switch to Gaddafi FC in the Uganda Premier League after a year.
The seasoned forward has now committed to a six-month contract with UPDF FC, extending until the end of the current season.
This decision comes after his departure from Rwanda’s Kiyovu, where he held a position since July.
Joining a roster of notable signings, including Richard Anyama, Ronald Owiny Ogenga, Mubarak Nsubuga, Samson Kasozi, and Bashir Ssekagya, Kalumba aims to contribute to UPDF FC’s resurgence.
The Bombo-based side, under the guidance of coach Pius Ngabo, is gearing up for their second-round kickoff on 7th February against Kitara FC at the Bombo Barracks Ground.
After a challenging first round, UPDF FC currently sits second bottom with nine points, hoping the new signings will bring a positive impact to their performance.