Vipers head coach, Edward Golola is a keen admirer of right winger cum striking footballer, Kenneth Tumusiime.

Little wonder therefore, he is among the several coaches interested in the services of Rwenshama forward.

Golola once handed the forward at St Mary’s Kitende and at the Uganda Cubs team during the 2009 CECAFA U-17 championship that was held in Sudan.

Golola’s club and Soana F.C are believed to have tabled U.shs 15M offers each for the player, a former U-17 CECAFA champion with the Uganda Cubs in 2009.

Tumusiime was a mid-season recruit for Rwenshama F.C and his superb goal against the 2014/15 Uganda Premier league champions will forever be remembered.


The player’s agent confirms the development but acknowledges the two clubs have not come up officially to declare their interest in the player.

Tumusiime has previously played for Entebbe Young academy, Express and lately Rwenshama F.C.

He had a brief stint at Kenyan Premier league outfit, Nairobi City Stars in the season of 2012/13.

Tumusiime, a typical right winger with an awesome first touch has been often been employed as a ghosting striker (half nine).

He scored 4 goals for Uganda Cubs to finish second goal scorer behind Daniel ‘Muzei’ Sserunkuma during the U-17 CECAFA championship that Uganda won in Sudan, in 2009.

Which club will win the heart of the tricky diminutive striker?

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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