• Abdallah played his best games for Victors – now defunct
  • He briefly worked with Mike Mutebi at SC Villa in 2012
[/media-credit] Muhammad Abdallah (right) shares a light moment with Vincent Kayizzi at Lugogo. He has signed a two year deal at Lugogo Credit: Kawowo Sports

KCCA have completed the signing of former Victors and SC Villa midfielder Muhammad Abdallah.

The midfielder has signed a two year deal with the Lugogo based side according reliable sources.

Abdallah has been training with the 12-time Ugandan champions over the past month and it’s no surprise he joins the side although he will officially become a KCCA player on July 1 when the transfer window opens.

Credit: Kawowo Sports

Mike Mutebi has always been a big admirer of the lad and worked with him at SC Villa in 2012 before the two parted ways thanks to politics that saw the club divide into two factions.

Though yet to be unveiled, Abdallah becomes the club’s third signing joining fellow midfielder, Ibrahim Saddam Juma as well as youngster Sadat Anaku who has been promoted from the U-17 side.

With the future of Ivan Ntege, KCCA’s longest serving player of the current generation yet to be sorted, the signing of another central midfielder is a clear signal he may leave the club at the end of the season.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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