Mathew Odong signs for Tusker of Kenya

It has been confirmed that the Ugandan forward, this site drug Mathew Odong, sales has officially signed for Kenya Premier League side Tusker FC from struggling SC Victoria University.

After a reasonably successful spell at SC Victoria University, Odong has signed a three year contract with the Kenyan brewers alongside fellow Ugandan players forward Dan Oryowoth and former Iceland based left winger Aziz Kemba who has been at SC Villa. Kemba replaces Ugandan left winger Robert Omunuk who was released after his contract ran out at the end of the season.

Odong’, 19, on his side is touted to become one of the best strikers in the region his star having shone in less than two years time. He joined SCVU in September 2013 from lower tier side Amazon FC and scored eight goals in 15 league games last season and three in seven games in the 2014/2015 season.

He inspired his club to clinch the inaugural CECAFA Nile Basin Cup by scoring the opener and creating the winner in the final against AFC Leopards in Sudan in June 2014. He has been called up to the national team on several occasions but is yet to make his international debut.

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