After roping about three new players and promoting two from their junior setting, check http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-63e44d4a002254a8657a7c51a3c95399.php it was imminent that Vipers sports Club were destined to offload several others to pave way.
The club has this evening confirmed a loan move for their striker William Wadri to struggling Police FC.
“The Hima cement sponsored Uganda Cup defending champions, rx http://clinico.cl/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-pure.php reached an agreement with Police for the loan deal hence Wadri William is now a registered player at the Kavumba based club, http://cprescue.com/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/em-functions.php ” a club statement read.
Wadri, a product of Proline SA, joined the Kitende based side at the start of last season after a long loan stint at KCCA FC.
He has only managed five appearances since August due to recurrent injuries.
Others on the list of temporary exits include youngsters Bashir Mutanda, Nasir Mbabali and Collins Agaba.
“Creative attacking midfielder Mbabali Nasir is loaned to Soana FC while Mutanda Bashir and Agaba Collins will link up at Kirinnya- Jinja FC on season long loan deals as the students continue to fight for dear life in the top flight league,” Vipers stated.
Joseph Semujju has also been lined up for a loan move pending negotiations with the yet to be revealed club.
Earlier on, Vipers confirmed signing midfielders Milutin Kaliisa, Mike Sserumaga and Aziz Kemba.