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Anyama joins KCCA FC as they bolster their attack

Striker Emmanuel Anyama has completed a high-profile move to Uganda Premier League giants, KCCA FC, in a deal that is set to provide a significant boost to the club.

The reliable information obtained suggests that Anyama has signed a lengthy three-year employment contract with the 13-time league champions.

This exciting transfer comes after the player’s successful spell at Kaaro Karungi, a prominent team in the FUFA Big League.

Throughout the ongoing Big League season, Anyama has been in sensational form, showcasing his exceptional goal-scoring abilities with an impressive tally of 11 goals.

Although he narrowly missed out on the top scorer title, trailing just two goals behind Sam Ssemugugu of Lugazi FC, Anyama’s impact has been undeniable.

Prior to his time at Kaaro Karungi, he plied his trade at Adjumani Town Council.

While KCCA FC proudly welcomes Anyama to their ranks, they face the impending departure of talented star Muhammad Shaban, whose employment contract expired at the conclusion of the previous season.

Remarkably, Shaban finished atop the scoring charts, boasting an impressive haul of 17 goals.

Apart from the acquisition of Anyama, KCCA FC has also been busy bolstering their squad with other notable signings.

Players such as Hudu Mulikyi, formerly of URA FC, Shafik Nana Kwikiriza from BUL FC, and the immensely talented Steven Munguchi from Gaddafi FC have all joined the club.

These new arrivals are expected to enhance the team’s strength and bolster their prospects for the upcoming season.

With the experienced guidance of coach Abdallah Mubiru, KCCA FC secured a commendable fifth-place finish in the Uganda Premier League standings last season, accumulating an impressive 49 points.

Building upon this foundation, the team is eager to make significant strides in the pursuit of their title aspirations in the forthcoming campaign.

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