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Express transfer business not over even after Kayiwa’s return

By Brian Aheebwa
Midfielder Ibrahim Kayiwa | Courtesy photo

An overhaul of 18 players was made at Express FC in July, and now with the 13th signing of the transfer window in midfielder Ibrahim Kayiwa unveiled on Monday afternoon, it is a matter of time before Wasswa Bbosa replaces the entire number of those axed.

Kayiwa becomes the fifth player to join the Red Eagles from Tooro United in the current window and has put pen to paper on a two-year contract that will keep him at Express until the end of the 2021/22 season.

The other four that have joined from the FUFA Big League side are Charles Musiige, John Byamukama, Godfrey Lwesibawa and goalkeeper Cryspus Kusiima.

Indeed, there seems to be a big connection between Bbosa, Tooro United and those players crossing over to Wankulukuku from the Fort Portal based side with more still expected to reunite with their former boss.

The creative midfielder has also followed the trend of Yaya Mahad Kakooza, Faisal Ssekyanzi and Lwesibawa who recently re-joined Express bringing the number of returnees to four so far.

Now at the age of 25, Kayiwa was just 17 years when the Stanbic Uganda Cup record winners last won silverware in 2012 when they won the Uganda Premier League title.

But with the current progress at the club it’s right for one to anticipate that the ‘Mukwano Gwabangi’ are headed for success. And it’s the same mentality Kayiwa returns with as he targets silverware.

“I am glad to be back at Express FC, for me, this has always been home” Kayiwa told the club’s media in his first interview.

“And just like all my other teammates, the target is to chase silverware and we can only achieve that by working hard,” he added.

During his first stint at Wankulukuku in 2014, he managed seven goals and 10 assists before leaving for Vipers in 2018 and then Busoga United (Kirinya Jinja SS) in 2019.

Express finished ninth last season when the football season was cancelled owing to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic and are targeting to massively improve that position when 2020/21 campaign kicks off.

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