Defender Moses Kalanzi has sounded his readiness to take on the enormous challenge that awaits him at his new home in order to make the best of his time at the Startimes Stadium, Lugogo.
Kalanzi was officially unveiled as a Kasasiro Boy on Sunday September 13th via KCCA FC TV show on Sanyuka TV and signed a one-year deal with the Mike Mutebi coached side.
“I thank coach Mike Mutebi for the opportunity, signing for KCCA FC is the greatest option I have ever had,” Kalanzi told KCCA TV.
“KCCA FC is the biggest club in the CECAFA region. I am ready to play under coach Mike Mutebi who is one of the best coaches in Africa,” he added.
The 22-year-old player is seen as Mustafa Kizza’s replacement who joined Major League Soccer side Montreal Impact, but remains at the club on a short-term loan.
“I am ready to serve, ready for the challenges because this is the greatest opportunity for me.”
“My intention is to lift the team from one step to another as well as help them win trophies,” he added.
Kalanzi is a former Super Cubs Academy player and a product of the Kampala Kids League. He represented the Uganda U-17 and U-23 teams and was part of the squad that featured in the 2011 All Africa Games in Maputo.
He has been playing for Danish side Jammerbugt FC formerly known as Blokhus FC and he also had a brief stint in Sweden.
Kalanzi becomes KCCA FC’s 10th signing in this transfer window joining Ashraf Mugume, Brian Aheebwa, Charles Lwanga and Stefano Mazengo Loro.
Other additions include Denis Iguma, Bright Anukani, Samson Kigozi and Dominic Ayella.