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Ugandan national pens move to Tanzania's top tier side

Ugandan national pens move to Tanzania's top tier side

13 Dec 2018, 17:25

Ugandan national Ivan Sekazza has officially completed his move to Mwadui FC in the Tanzanian Premier League according to Kawowo reports.

Sekazza penned a new deal with the club having been a free agent from Sudanese club, Al Alhly Shendi, however, he still has to receive his International Transfer Certificate (ITC) from the Sudan Football Federation in order allow him to play.

The left winger has previously plied his trade with Ugandan side, Express FC and Qatar-based Aspire Football Club before making his move to Tanzania.

Ivan said he is ready for what awaits for him with Mwadui and hopes he can deliver the much-needed results with his teammates in order to move the club forward.

“I am happy to join Mwadui Football Club. I hope to liaise with my new teammates and technical team for the best results at the club,” he said.

The Tanzanian side is set to face Mbao on Monday, December 17 in Mwanza.

Read more: Express coach delighted to end bad run with big win over KCCA FC



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