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Taddeo Lwanga likely to return to UPL

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Having terminated his contract with Egyptian outfit Tanta FC this July, Uganda cranes midfielder Taddeo Lwanga is now a free agent and according to Kawowo Sports, the players’ negotiations are in final stages.

Lwanga is therefore on the verge to join the Uganda Premier League’s side Express  Fc on a one year deal if all documentation is done in time.

However, Lwanga is not new to the club as he featured there between 2014 and 2015. He later shifted to SC villa and then Vipers before heading to Egypt after a great display at the 2019 AFCON.

Express FC has been very busy in the transfer market signing over 15 players this transfer window as the team looks forward to building a formidable squad ahead of the forthcoming season of the Uganda Premier League.

The club on Friday announced the signing of uganda cranes defender Murushid Juuko and coach Wasswa Bbosa believes such players will help in forming a team that will compete for titles next season.

Besides that express fc has also added a new performance analyst Lewis Ainebyona to their team and this is intended to boost not only the players but also beef up the coaching staff to augment the quality of football at the club.

The 25 year old who is a graduate of football studies from Solent University in Southampton in England described that his joining of the technical team of Express FC is a dream come true.

He also said that Express being a club with history and having long existence are a sign that there has been stability and sustainability at the team. He also noted that getting a chance to work with the couches who happen to be legends in Ugandan football has attracted him to learn from the very best.

He also emphasized that his target is to grow in his department , help the team win trophies, participate in Africa club competitions as well as striving to be among the leading football performance analysts in Uganda.

Express FC CEO Isaac Mwesigwa noted that it is worthwhile to have Ainebyona  on the team and that the modern game has evolved and there is need for data analysis in making informed decisions regarding the performance of the team. Mwesigwa also noted that he has known Lewis for a while for his enthusiasm and understanding of the game.

Ainebyona also featured for several  non league sites as forward like Sway FC in Hampshire, Boujee Pint CF and Athletico Romsey FC as he pursued his studies.

Performance analysts are tasked with analysing recorded club matches and providing the technical team with a detailed analysis of the game through reports.

 

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