KPL Mid Transfers: 10 Ugandans Make Movements, Seven Axed

Up to seventeen Ugandan Nationals made movement in the just ended 2016 Kenya Premier League mid season transfer period that opened on 31st May to 3rd July 2016.

Four crossed the border to Kenya for their first foreign stint from both AUPL and Big league clubs.

They include Cranes and now former Bright Stars keeper Mathias Kigonya who crossed over to cash strapped Sofapaka.

Kigonya makes the move together with striker Simon Okwil who had a splendid second half of the season at Soana after a stagnant five months at Bul FC.

Fufa Big league side Artland Katale lost Ezra Masiko to City Stars arriving with compatriot Hamid Kyateletera who was previously at Nairobi Stima.

Former Express, viagra 40mg URA and BUL midfielder Hashim Sempala is now a brewer at Tusker FC. Sempala replaced Fred Nkata Jr who was sacked by his father Paul (Nkata) together with Ronald Musaana.

Ex-Simba forward Robert Omunuk has also made a return to to Tusker.

Ugandan-born striker Meddie Kagere has ended his short life in the cold by replacing Khalid Aucho who is headed to Scotland for trials.


Mudde Musa, buy more about Andrew Waiswa (both Bandari), Jimmy Bageya (Nairobi city stars) and Johnson Bagoole renewed their contracts respectively.


Ali Kimera (Ushuru to Chemilil), Meddie Kagere (Unattached to Gormahia), Andrew Sekayombya (Posta to Muhoroni Youth), Martin Elungat (Muhorony Youth to Thika), Hamid Kyateletera (Nairobi Stoma to City Stars), Ezra Masiko (A. Katale to City Stars), Mathias Kigonya (B. Stars to Sofapaka), Simon Okwil (Soana to Sofapaka), Robert Omunuk (Song to Tusker), Hashim Sempala (Bul to TUSKER).


Harris Kajjubi, Ben Ocitti, Sudir Kayemba, Eric Esimond Adem (all Chemilil), Herbert Kakande (Homeboyz Kakamega), Gerald Bagoole(Sofapaka), Hamidu Kwizera (Sony). Ronald Musaana and Fred Nkata (Tusker)

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