Sinan RAJUB SENOGA
Ugandan born South Sudanese striker Tito Okello is officially a player at Iran topflight league side Shahre Khodro FC.
Okello put pen to paper on a two year contract before his unveiling.
The lanky striker left Kenyan giants Gor Mahia having won the Shield Cup last season.
This will be his second stint in Asia having previously played for Benfica de Macau in Macau in 2018.
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He has also previously featured for KCCA, SC Villa, Vipers SC and BUL FC in Uganda as well as Tanzanian sides Africa Lyon and Mbeya City.
His new club Shahre Khodro are currently bottom of Iran’s Persian Gulf Pro League table with only five points from 17 games. In fact, they are yet to taste victory this season.
Previously known as Padideh Khorasan FC, the club is nicknamed Khorasan Cheetahs.
Okello could make his debut on Friday 18th February when they make a visit to Naft Masjed Soleyman FC.