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Kigonya is among five new players who have jumped ship to join the club which recently rebranded from Dalumba Richmond to Dalumba Beach Soccer Club.
Kigonya who signed a two-year contract was the league’s top scorer with 38 goals while turning for losing finalists, sickness http://curiousmediums.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table.php the Stormers.
“I joined Dalumba to help the team win the championship since it is a well organized, facilitated and ambitious side. I hope to double the goals I scored last season to retain the top scorer’s accolade,” a joyous Kigonya remarked.
The club is bankrolled by Nasser road-based moneybags, Dalumba International Limited, who recently took over full control of the club management after acquiring 100 percent shares.
In a bid to challenge for the title in the coming season, the club has also acquired the services of Henry Wasajja (Zaba), Ali Hassan (Mutesa), and Derrick Ssekulima who was voted the best player in the recently-concluded Dalumba cup which is coincidentally hosted by the main club’s sponsor.
Kigonya’s former teammate at Stormers, Hamis Katende is the fifth addition.
The five will join Patrick Ntulume, Paul Lwere, Ronald Mutebi, Jonah Kikonyogo, Kokas Opejo and Muzafar Ssenyonjo who were retained by the club.
“The club is now an entity in Dalumba International and we shall ensure that it is facilitated to accomplish our set title mission,” Dalumba International director, Davis Mulumba confirmed.
The club has also beefed up the management and technical department with Richard Nathan handed the manager’s role while coach Billy Kyabaggu heading the technical bench in the upcoming season that is expected to begin mid August.
MUBS are the defending champions after beating Stormers in the finals as Nkumba Select completes the top three.
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The Ugandans had travelled to the Swahili nation on invitation by the hosts in a match that climaxes the annual Simba Day.
SC Villa finished the match with only ten men following the expulsion of dependable Yasser Waibi after foul challenge just a minute to the break.
This is the second time the sixteen time Uganda champions are playing in Dar Es Salaam after failing to register a win against Yanga early last month in another invitation.
Both clubs are testing their squads ahead of the respective upcoming football seasons.
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Simba SC starting lineup; Vincent Angban, Hassan Kessy , Mohammed Hussein , Hassan Isihaka, Said Ndemla, Ibrahim Hajib, Hamisi Kiiza, Mussa Mgosi, Peter Mwalyanzi, Juuko Murushid, Justuce Majavi, .
SC Villa; Stephen Odongo, Misi Katende,Yeseri Waibi (RED CARD 44′), Henry Katongole, Paul Mbowa, Jonathan Mugabi, Godfrey Lwesibawa (Eturude Abel), Martin Kiiza, Tokko Fahad (Kasumba Umaru), Robert Achema.