KCCA FC Resigns Brian Majwega for 2 Seasons - Newslibre

KCCA FC Resigns Brian Majwega for 2 Seasons

13 times league winners KCCA FC football have announced the signing of Brian Majwega. The announcement was made by the club on their Sunday via their weekly TV show that plays on Sanyuka TV.

The left winger cum Left wing back has previously played for the Kasasiro boys between 2009-2013 before he left the club and later returned to the Lugogo stadium in 2015 till 2017 where he departed to play for rivals Uganda Revenue Authority Football Club.

The midfielder like many Ugandan footballers is well traveled man in the football scenes as he has previously featured for Azam (Tanzania), Simba (Tanzania), Atraco (Rwanda), Maroons (Uganda), URA (Uganda).

The midfielder will get right into action with the Kasasiro boys in August when the teams travels to Kigali to defend the CECAFA Kagame cup. The tournament will start from the 1st of August till the 15th of August in Kigali.

Why did KCCA FC resign Brian Majwega?

The Lugogo based team recently struggling in the left back position following Kiiza Mustafa’s departure for Canada, and Filbert Obenchan leaving the club this month too, the resiging of Majwega will offer coach Morley Byekwaso the a good cover in the position that has haunted the club in the recent past.

In the league, it is hard to not hear the name Brian being flaunted among the best as evidenced by his illustrrious career and KCCA FC know that his signing will be of huge importance to the club.

The Veteran has excelled both at defense and offense thanks to his ability to play as a wing-back. Seeing as the Kasasiro boys have quite a number of options in the midfield, Majwega will most likely be utilized in the left back position where he started his craft.

His leadership and experience are some of the atributes that coach Byekwaso will be looking to mine from the veteran when the season begins and the coach knows that that counts for so much in a league where many opponents have caught up with both them and Vipers as evidenced by Express FC winning the 2020-21 Uganda Premier League season.

Also, read: Uganda U23 Team Bow out of CECAFA U23 Tournament

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Author: Moses Echodu

Moses is an avid Sports and Tech enthusiast. He loves to keep up to date with all the latest information and research on some of the most compelling stories.


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