Namusoke completes move as Kampala Queens conclude transfer business

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Esther Namusoke is officially the 8th signing of Women Super League champions Kampala Queens who have been the busiest female side in the transfer window.

Namusoke joins Kampala Queens from Uganda Martyrs having seen the exit door at the Lubaga based school side.

The versatile defender unceremoniously left Uganda Martyrs and seemingly sought solace at Kampala Queens where she has been training for at least a month.

She is expected to provide perfect cover as well as healthy competition in the club’s defense in the upcoming season starting with the CAF Women’s Champions League Qualifiers.

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” I’m happy to join the best Women Football club in Uganda and looking forward to give in my best.” Namusoke said upon her official unveiling.

“I wish to contribute as the club fulfills it’s dreams both in the domestic league and at the continental level.” She added.

The 18 year old follows her former Uganda Martyrs teammates Patience Nabulobi and Catherine Nagadya who also joined Kampala Queens last month.

Kampala Queens also roped in the highly rated trio of Shakira Nyinagahirwa, Hadija Nandago and Samalie Nakacwa on loan from Kawempe Muslim.

Strikers Fazila Ikwaput and Florence Imanizabayo are the other new signings from Omonia Nicosia (Cyprus) and Rayon Sports (Rwanda) respectively.

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Kampala Queens will embark on a pursuit for the coveted champions league berth as the Zonal Qualifiers start on Saturday 12th.

They are pitted in Group A alongside CBE of Ethiopia, Buja Queens from Burundi, South Sudan’s Yei Joint Stars and FAD Club from Djibouti.

Group B is composed of Vihiga Queens (Kenya), JKT Queens (Tanzania), New Generation of Zanzibar and Rwanda’s AS Kigali.

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Kampala Queens Transfer Business
• Samalie Nakacwa, Shakira Nyinagahirwa and Hadija Nandago (All on loan from Kawempe Muslim)
• Fazila Ikwaput (from Omonia Nicosia, Cyprus)
• Florence Imanizabayo (from Rayon Sports, Rwanda)
• Patience Nabulobi, Catherine Nagadya and Esther Namusoke (from Uganda Martyrs)

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