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Mayanja commends Vipers for signing foreign players

By Brian Aheebwa
Nigerian striker Abubakar Lawal shows off his home kit – a red top – at his unveiling | Vipers' Image

Former Uganda Cranes forward Jackson Mayanja has applauded Vipers SC for signing foreign players and getting them back to the country.

Previously, still, they were not so many foreign players coming to ply their trade in Uganda but the number was at least recognizable, unlike today where they are notably fewer.

Back then it was SC Villa, KCCA FC, and Express FC that attracted them but now, most go to Kitende hence Vipers becoming the new Ugandan home to foreigners.

“I have played and coached in different countries and I have seen leagues with a lot of foreign players,” Mayanja told Football256 in an interview.

“This is not the case in Uganda where the majority are locally based players because even during our playing days foreigners were not so many.”

“But in the past, they were more when you compare the numbers of today and I would like to thank the people at Vipers for trying to bring back that culture of using foreign players.”

“When the right signings are made, trust me it adds value to the game in the country because I have witnessed this wherever I have been,” he added.

Since the signing of Clovis Mbayi Moussa in 2017, the five-time SUPL champions have gone ahead and signed 10 more foreign players.

In five years, that is between 2017 and currently, the Venoms have agreed to deals with 11 foreign players in total.

The 11 foreign players in question are; Mbayi, Karim Niyizigimana, Noah Wafula, Innocent Wafula, and Thomas Sefu Ndizeye.

Fabien Mutombora, Cesar Manzoki, Nelione Jose Tavares, Alfred Macumu Mudekereza, Olivier Omadjondo Osomba, and Abubakar Lawal.

“I just want to use Manzoki as an example because he is current and he has done well.”

“He has added value to the Uganda Premier League and this can be seen from how teams from other countries are fighting to sign him.”

“In performing well he has also attracted other foreign players to come to Uganda which was a bit tricky in the past because not a lot did well,” Mayanja noted.

Of the 11 foreign players, the majority are Congolese born and they are four in number, those from Burundi are three, and the Kenyans are two, one Angolan and Nigerian apiece.

Mbayi, Mudekereza, Osomba, and Manzoki are the players from Congo although the latter recently switched allegiances to the Central African Republic.

Niyizigimana, Ndizeye, and Motombora hail from Burundi, the two namesakes of Wafula (Noah) and Wafula (Innocent) came from Kenya but the latter now features for Uganda.

Tavares is from Angola while Lawal is from Nigeria.

It is important to also note that Tito Okello and Rashid Toha are former Vipers players and switched allegiance to South Sudan from Uganda.

The biggest bunch of these foreign players have moved on leaving only five in the current squad.

Mutombora, Manzoki, and new signings Mudekereza, Osomba, and Lawal are the five foreign players left at Kitende.

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