Uganda Premier League side KCCA FC has been handed a boost after teenager striker Samuel Ssenyonjo secured his league license.
This means Ssenyonjo is now eligible to play in the Startimes Uganda Premier League. The teenager featured in the first round with a provisional license and has not played a game in the second round because he did not have all the requirements needed for a player to get a full League license from FUFA.
"I am happy that I can now play. It has been a frustrating time for me. I have been training but could not play for my club even when I knew I would have done something good for the club," he said.
"I want to keep pushing to my ultimate best and learn from the players and coaches at the club. I can not wait to go again."
Ssenyonjo, who has netted three goals for KCCA in his four appearances did not feature for his side when settled for a goalless draw with Proline on Tuesday evening.
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