Ugandan giants lack space to accommodate former AFC Leopards striker
Ugandan giants lack space to accommodate former AFC Leopards striker
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Ugandan giants lack space to accommodate former AFC Leopards striker

 

Vipers Sports Club has planned to send out Noah Wafula on loan to any willing club.

The Venoms signed the striker in August last year from Kenya premier League side Kakamega Homeboyz.

It was believed that the current Vipers interim head coach Michael Ouma was behind the deal before he took over the reigns.

The club announced on Wednesday eveining that Wafula and five others will be offloaded on temporary terms to teams of their preference.

“The Venoms through their technical director Eddie Butindo this afternoon announced the release of Ndizeye Sefu, Dickens Okwir, Fred Okot, Davis Kasirye and Noah Wafula. All five will go out on loan,” the club announced.

Shape the club

Their technical director, Eddie Butindo, said that the move was necessary as the team seeks to shape out for the remaining half of the season.

“Vipers has decided to let these players go on loan to other clubs as we try to shape our squad for the remainder of this season,” Butindo said.

Wafula has scored two goals for the Venoms during his stay.

 

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