Former Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions Sofapaka have exhausted their quota of foreign players after the acquisition of five Ugandans to bolster their ranks.
the club confirmed on its site the acquisitions of Jimmy Kanakulya a goalkeeper, Mohammed Kasirye a midfielder, Allan Katwe a midfielder, Peter Luwasa a forward and Musa Malunda a defender.
Trained with Sofapaka
Kanakulya joins Batoto ba Mungu from Ugandan Premier League (UPL) side Bright Stars FC while Kasirye is from Paidha Black Angels and Katwe from Nkumba University. Luwasa is from URA FC, a side coached by former Sofapaka manager Sam Ssimbwa then Malunda joins from Bul FC.
The five trained with Sofapaka for the entirety of the past week, as reported by the club, and impressed head coach Divaldo Alves before he okayed their signing.
They join midfielders Cersidy Okeyo, signed earlier from Gor Mahia and another midfielder, Timonnah Wanyonyi who joined the team from relegated side Mount Kenya United FC.