KCCA FC have unveiled their fifth signing and non other their longest player desire, Bright Anukani as the unveiling was done on their TV show on Sanyuka TV on Sunday.
Anukani joins the 13 time League Champions on a season loan deal from relegated Proline FC.
“I feel happy joining KCCA FC because its a big Club, every player like me out there wants to play for club like this, so am happy to be here,” Anukani Bright said.
“I have many friends in KCCA FC, some of them I have played with them in academies and National team like Mustafa Kizza, Julius Poloto , Herbert Achai, Gift Ali when still in Proline.”
“I feel comfortable playing in the attacking midfield because am a creative midfielder, I score goals and my main point is creating chances for the team and scoring for the team. He added .
“I am excited in playing all games more especially in Caf games because to improve on career, I want to go the group stages like when I was i n Proline we did not reach there but I want to do it when am with KCCA FC,”
“My fans should expect my hardworking and hopeful a great season ahead of me in my new Club.”
“I have spoken with Coach Mike and his interested in me and as a player looking forward working with him.” He concluded .
Anukani Bright joins the list of new comers at KCCA FC which includes Charles Lwanga, Ashraf Mugume, Stefan Mazengo and Denis Iguma.
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