Uganda Cranes budding midfielder Kizito Willi Luwagga has signed a one-year contract extension deal with Israel based side Hapoel Kfar Saba.
Luwagga joined Hapoel in January as a free agent in following his contract expiration with Romanian side Politenhica Lasi.
The news was confirmed via the club’s official website.
“It’s a pleasure for me to continue to represent this cool club. I believe that with perseverance and my group members, together with great work that makes even professional staff and club management will do,” Luwagga told the club website.
He added, “I believe that this is the right place for me to move forward. And I believe God will be on our side.”
Luwagga has been impressive in the last couple of games for Hapoel Kfar Saba scoring twice in the club’s last ten matches.
Over the weekend, the Uganda Cranes midfielder was on target and scored a priceless goal that guided the club to a slim 1-0 win over Maccabi Netanya helping the club survive the relegation.
He had scored his first goal against Timothy Awany’s Ashdood FC in the Israel Premier League.
The midfielder previously played for Leixoes, Covilha, Rio Ave, Feirense, Politehnica, Bate Borisov, Shakhter Karagandy and Hapoel.
Before venturing abroad, he played for Vipers Sports Club where he won the 2009/2010 league title.