Defender Tonny Waiswa scored for Amalanda in his debut for the club Credit: Facebook
[/media-credit] Tonny Waiswa Credit: Courtesy

Tonny Waiswa, young brother to former Uganda Cranes captain Andrew Mwesigwa has penned a two-year deal with Swaziland top flight side Amalanda Amhlophe Football Club.

Waiswa, a lanky center half put pen to paper on Wednesday.

He disclosed his delight at the new club in an exclusive interview with Kawowo Sports;

It is a pleasure to play professional football in such a competitive league. I am happy to be here at Amalanda Amphlophe.

I believe with the trust vested in me and the teamwork effort, we are destined for greater heights

He has previously played at SC Villa Junior side, SC Jogooo Young, Aurum Roses and Sports Club Victoria University in Uganda.

Lately, Waiswa has been based in South Africa with Red Lion Football club in the second tier division.

He joins head coach Mthunzie Ginindza, another new entrant at the club which finished 8th last season.

Tonny Waiswa Credit: Facebook

Waiswa and company embark on the pre-season test with a build up match against South African side Amazulu which is on training camp in Swaziland.

His immediate ambition at the club is to aspire for the best.

“Football is a collective sport. I will laise with the rest of the teammates and technical wing to fight for the best possible results on a given match day,” Waiswa adds.

The new season in Swaziland will kick off on 8th September 2017.

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

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