Ugandan international midfielder Moses Waiswa has finally been unveiled by South African side SuperSport United after over coming a nagging knee injury.
Though Waisswa joined SuperSport in July 2019 from Vipers SC, he was not officially added to the club’s roster as he carried a knee injury that would keep him out of action for four months.
The long awaited moment came on Saturday after the 2018 FUFA Player of the year was handed the Jersey number 23 by club head coach Kaitano Tembo during the official unveiling in Pretoria.
“Super Sport United is pleased to announce the signing of Ugandan international midfielder Moses Waiswa from Vipers SC which will see him remain at the club until 2022,” The club later posted on their official Twitter handle.
By the look of things, Waiswa has fully recovered from the knee injury with the club doctors giving him the green light to join in on first team action after weeks of training and examination.
The midfielder was immediately included in the SuperSport’s traveling team to Amazulu ahead of their PSL tie on Sunday in which he is expected to mark his debut if given chance.
SuperSport United currently sit in third place on the 16 team log with 28 points from 17 matches.