Kyeyune completes reunion with URA

Midfielder Saidi Kyeyune has sealed a three-year employment deal to rejoin Uganda Revenue Authority Football club. Kyeyune left the tax collectors at the end of the 2020/21 season to join Sudan heavyweights Al-Merrikh Omudarman. His marriage with them was so short-lived and the two parties then mutually agreed to end his contract at the start … The post Kyeyune completes reunion with URA appeared first on Latest football news in Uganda.

Kyeyune completes reunion with URA

Midfielder Saidi Kyeyune has sealed a three-year employment deal to rejoin Uganda Revenue Authority Football club.

Kyeyune left the tax collectors at the end of the 2020/21 season to join Sudan heavyweights Al-Merrikh Omudarman.

His marriage with them was so short-lived and the two parties then mutually agreed to end his contract at the start of the year.

He is a popular figure in the dressing room and with the URA fans whose deal many expected to happen a lot earlier than it has.

“It’s always a special moment coming back home and even better finding familiar faces at the club. I’ve been gone for less than a year now but everything seems already different and that excites me,” he spoke to Club’s website.

According to the website, the midfielder highlighted that he had wanted to have his homecoming in the January 2021 transfer window but the move ended up being impossible.

The new head coach Simeone Masaba highlighted that his return is a massive boost to the squad and adds valuable depth as well, especially with continental football insight.

Kyeyune’s arrival also reminisces memories of his fierce partnership with skipper Shafik Kagimu. The pair formed a dynamic duo in the centre of the pack in the 2019/20 season.

His signing adds to the club’s impressive transfer business having already acquired the services of Derrick Ndahiro from SC Villa, Kabon Living from Onduparaka FC and the 23-year old Andrew Okiring Isiagi.

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