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SUPL: Top ten signings ahead of League start

By Allan Damba and Brian Aheebwa
Midfielder Abdallah Salim joined URA from SC Villa | URA Image

The 2022/23 StarTimes Uganda Premier League is three days away, and, each of the 15 teams is fully equipped and charged, aiming to make a sounding mark.

While teams have purchased a mammoth of players, a few of them can be considered exceptional additions, depending on the name and expected impact.

In a tedious task, a Football256 team has zeroed down on the top ten acquisitions of the summer, painfully leaving out some good ones in the process.

1- Allan Okello – KCCA FC from AC Paradou

Allan Okello prepares to take a set piece for KCCA FC against MUBs at Lugogo | KCCA FC Image

The little left-footed maestro made a late return to his boyhood club KCCA FC on a season-long loan from AC Paradou.

He returned on deadline day to a club he won both trophies and hearts, Okello is such a star and he has lifted spirits at Lugogo.

Okello is expected to be Morley Byekwaso’s chief architect from midfield, as the Kasasiro Boys hope to return to their glory days.

2- Abdu Lumala – Vipers SC (Free Agent)

Vipers’ new signing Abdu Lumala | Vipers Image

The pacy winger was signed as a free agent, following the expiry of his contract with Egypt’s Pyramids FC.

A fully fit Lumala is every backline’s nightmare. If he can stay fit, he can easily be one of the deadliest players in the League.

3- Muhammad Shaban KCCA from Onduparaka FC

KCCA FC’s newest acquisition Shaban Muhammed | KCCA FC Image

Muhammad Shaban made a return to the MTN Omondi Stadium specifically to solve KCCA’s goalscoring troubles, and, he will without a doubt execute the task.

He is a proven goal-scorer, and in him, the Kasasiro Boys have a fighter and a leader.

4- Sam Ssenyonjo – Soltilo Bright Stars from KCCA

Sam Ssenyonjo is a goal-getter, all he needs is someone to believe in him.

At Bright Stars under Asaph Mwebaze, Ssenyonjo will without a shadow of a doubt excel, as he’s guaranteed a starting place at Kavumba.

5- Murushid Juuko – Vipers SC from Express FC

From L-R: Murushid Juuko, Livingstone Mulondo and Abdu Lumala training with Vipers at Kitende | Vipers Image

A proven central defender and leader, Murushid Juuko is expected to be an invaluable asset to Vipers.

He came in as a direct replacement to Halid Lwaliwa, who departed for North Macedonian top-tier side FK Bregalnica Stip, and, he will flourish.

6- James Begisa – URA FC from UPDF FC

The right-back is one of the most complete fullbacks in the League and he proved the same at UPDF FC last season.

He is expected to fully settle in Ashraf Mandela’s shoes with the Tax Collectors at Nakisunga.

7- Cromwell Rwothomio – Vipers from URA

Vipers striker Cromwell Rwothomio | Vipers Image

Cromwell Rwothomio is one of the most consistent and reliable forwards in the league, and at Vipers, it’s hard to think he won’t succeed.

Rwothomio came in as a replacement to Cesar Manzoki, who left for Chinese side, Dalian Pro.

While he may not possess Manzoki’s demeanor, charisma, and fight, Rwothomio will undoubtedly add the former’s goals at Kitende.

8- Derrick Nsibambi – URA from Ethiopian Coffee FC

If there’s one attribute Derrick Nsibambi fully boasts, it’s scoring goals.

Whereas replacing two players in Steven Mukwala and Rwothomio is a huge ask, Nsibambi is expected to make his own impact with Sam Timbe’s outfit.

9- Moses Waiswa – KCCA from Supersport United

Moses Waiswa showing off the KCCA FC logo on his unveiling | KCCA FC Image

Christened ‘The Silent Lion,’ Moses Waiswa will by all standards add quality and flair to that KCCA midfield – should he stay fit.

He’s a calm presence on the pitch with undoubted playmaking prowess.

10- Ivan Sserubiri – SC Villa from URA FC

Sserubiri is one of the most complete midfielders in the League and if he can keep the right attitude, he could by far be SC Villa’s most important player.

However, it awaits to be seen if he will get the necessary support to have Villa compete more than they did last season.

Special Mentions

Allan Kayiwa – Express from Vipers

All Allan Kayiwa ever needed was trust and at Express, he will have just that. He will add pace and creativity at Wankulukuku.

Tshisungu Kankonde – KCCA

The Congolese-born forward has proved in preseason he could be a real menace to the league backlines. He looks the deal with the goal in sight.

Ashraf Mandela – Vipers from URA

The roving right-back has already established himself as a starting presence at Vipers. His ability to balance attack and defence should be a huge plus for the Venoms.

Salim Abdallah – URA from Villa

The young midfielder should be one of the signings of the season, should he gel well with Saidi Kyeyune and Shafik Kagimu.

Simon Tamale – Maroons FC from Bright Stars

The goalkeeper is one of the most underrated in his position, Tamale’s proven shot-stopper, a skill he showed at Bright Stars, especially last season.

Samson Kigozi – Maroons from KCCA

At Maroons, Samson Kigozi is expected to get enough playing time to fully showcase his ability. He’s always had the potential but always fell short in the pecking order at KCCA.

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