Ugandan international Isaac Muleme has confirmed his move to Czech Republic second tier side FK Victoria Zizkov.
Football-256 can confirm that all paper work was done and the left back has come to terms with the 1927-1928 Czechoslovak First League winners who have also won the Czech Cup on two occasions (1993–94, 2000–01).
“I’m in Czech Republic now and I have come to terms with the club and if all goes well I’ll stay here for the next one and a half years,” Muleme told www.football-256.com.
According to the former KCCA FC and SC Villa player moving to Europe is a dream for every footballer from across the world and when the door opened he couldn’t hesitate.
FK Viktoria Zizkov sits in 16th position of the 16 teams in the Czech second division and last appeared in the top flight during the 2011-12 season.
Muleme who also featured for Victoria University locally has been plying his trade with Egyptian top tier side Haras El Hodood where of recent life had hardened.
Muleme who was part of the Uganda Cranes team which qualified for AFCON 2019 is known for his hard tackles, agility, dead ball and crossing prowess.