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However Ssenkoomi’s bosses at URA are yet to confirm this though the player told has already been in Tanzania for the deal to be done with undisclosed fee.
After two experienced central defenders Juma Nyoso and Komabil Keita failed to live up to expectations in a disappointing title defence campaign, Simba are keen to beef up their back-line.
The arrival of the no nonsense former Uganda youth national team centre back is, therefore, expected to galvanise Simba’s defence which has recently seen versatile duo of Shomari Kapombe and Mussa Mudde (Uganda) and sometime young Hassan Hatibu slotting in. Simba have seriously embarked on an ambitious rebuilding work looking to bolster their squad in time for the 2013 CECAFA Kagame Cup club championship due next month.
Simba have been drawn against three-time champions APR FC of Rwanda in Group A of the regional club championship. The draws for this year’s competition held last week also pitted the Tanzanian outfit along with Merreikh Al Fasher of North Darfur and Elman of Somalia.
According to an insider, Simba are in advanced talks with a top Ugandan striker (Herman Wasswa), should the move come to fruition it will make a quartet of Ugandan players at the club.