Moses Waiswa shoots at goal during the Swedish 3rd tier league
Moses Waiswa fights for an aerial ball

Vipers Sports Club has signed creative midfielder Moses Waiswa from Swedish third tier side Voxjo for a two year tenure.

He joins Brian ‘Kaka’ Kakaire who was signed in June 2016 from the same club.

Waiswa, arguably one of the most gifted attacking young midfielders in the country at the moment brings plenty of options to the side desperate to turn around the tables in the second half of the season as well as further progress on the continent (shall be playing in the CAF confederations Cup).

At the start of the season, Vipers brought on board veteran midfielder Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, Ibrahim Kayiwa, formerly with Express and graduated a couple of other players are from the Junior U-17 side.

Some of the elevated players were; Bashir Mutanda, Ashraf Mandela, Geoffrey Wasswa Mbabali, Frank ‘Zagga’ Tumwesigye and Alex Komakech, although many struggled for playing time including training sessions.

Club President, Lawrence Mulindwa has already repeatedly hinted on talent development than buying finished products on the market.

“We shall not fight for players from the local market when we have the ability to develop our own young players,” Mulindwa who also has plans of a club academy and reserve sides noted as he ushered in the new year.

With Mawanda headed to Lebanon, the club has replaced him with Waiswa who becomes the second January signing after former Bul talisman and magician, Milton Karisa.

Vipers shall play on the continent in the CAF Confederations Cup.

They kick start the preliminary round against Comoros outfit Volcan De Moroni.

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

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