Sinan RAJUB SENOGA
Kenya Premier League side Kakamega Homeboyz have signed Ugandan striker Davis Kasirye on a two year contract, Swift Sports understands.
Kasirye has been a free agent since January when he left Sofapaka FC on mutual consent due to payment issues.
The lanky forward is expected to bolster the Kakamega Homeboyz squad that will take part in the 2023/24 CAF Confederation Cup.
Kasirye brings experience to the team having previously featured for Rwanda’s Rayon Sports, Zambia’s Zesco United and Motema Pembe in DR Congo.
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He also featured for Vipers SC, KCCA, Police FC, URA FC, UPDF FC, Express FC and BUL FC among others.
He will be the second Ugandan player at the club after former Wakiso Giants goalkeeper Cleo James Ssetuba who recently completed his long-awaited move from Tanzania’s Ihefu FC.
Kakamega Homeboyz beat Tusker FC in the Mozzart Bet Cup final to book a place in the CAF Confederation Cup of the coming season.
They will face Libya’s Al Hilal Benghazi in the first preliminary round and will face Rwanda’s Rayon Sports in the second round in case of victory.