Barely a week into negotiations, order http://citadelgroup.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/content-single-product.php league champions KCCA FC have agreed a deal to loan experienced striker Caesar Okhuti to new entrants Onduparaka FC from Arua.
The Arua side edged KCCA FC 2-1 over the weekend to earn their first league win but one of the notes from the match was the momentous shouting from the fans telling the champions to release Okhuti, viagra http://demainechiropractic.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-themes-list-table.php ‘their home boy’ to the caterpillars.
Match day commentators also repeatedly praised the striker while pinning coach Mutebi for sidelining him.
Both teams announced the move on their media channels on Wednesday night confirming he will be at Greenlight stadium up to mid-season.
“Ceaser will add value to the club with his pace and eye for the goal, http://damadetrefla.com/wp-includes/class-wp-locale.php we believe he will give the club more cutting edge upfront. His experience will also be vital given the fact that we have youthful players who will have a lot to learn from him,” Onduparaka FC CEO, Mr. Ofeti noted.
The 25- year old (according to sources) started his career at Mvara junior before joining Edioffe hills for two seasons where he scored around 80 goals.
He later transferred to Bunamwaya (now Vipers) until 2011 when he turned semi professional at Vissai Ninh Bình in the Vietnam league. There, he met fellow compatriot Livingstone Mbabazi, now assistant coach at Onduparaka.
“I played with him in Vietnam, he is a very good addition who brings in big experience into this youthful side, apart from that, he will give us a very good cutting edge upfront,” Mbabazi said.
He returned to Vipers in 2012 but later moved to El Nasir in Sudan and then a short stint at Onduparaka before Crossing to Express FC and KCCA last season. He scored 10 goals for the Red Eagles and two for the champions.