URA FC have resigned experienced midfielder, Saidi Kyeyune on a three year contract and this will keep him play for the tax collectors until 2024.
Kyeyune has been a free agent since partying ways with Sudan giants Al Merrikh after spending a short period of time on joining them.
He joined Al Merrikh in month of February this year after an impressive performance he showed up while featuring for Uganda Cranes in the 2021 Africa Nations Championship which were hosted in Cameroon.
Kyeyune is excited on his come back to URA FC.
“It’s always a special moment coming back home and even better finding familiar faces at the club. I’ve been gone for less than a year now but everything seems already different and that excites me.” Kyeyune quoted by Club website, www.urafc.com.
URA FC have so far signed five different players ahead of the new season and that’s includes; Derrick Ndahiro, Simon Baligeya, Living ‘Messi’ Kabon, Andrew Okiringi and now Kyeyune.
URA FC under the stewardship of former Cranes right back Simon Masaba who is serving on interim basis will the tax collectors in the forthcoming TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup first preliminary round and were drawn against Ethiopian outfit Ethiopia Coffee FC.