Maroons Football Club has agreed on terms with former Express FC midfielder Davis Mayanja.
Mayanja penned a three-year deal at the Prisons managed club that is now handled by Douglas Bamweyana.
The two parties, Mayanja and Bamweyana, reunite having worked hand in hand back in the days at Makerere University and Express.
After spending two seasons at Express FC, Mayanja was released at the end of the 2018-2019 campaign.
“I am excited about my new challenge. It is a good environment with a great coach (Bamweyana). I am ready for the new season,” an excited Mayanja noted.
Because of the confidentiality nature of the employment contract, it is not easily established how much the left-footed midfielder pocketed in sign-on fees and his monthly remuneration.
Mayanja is a graduate of Quantitative Economics from Makerere University.
He has previously featured for Entebbe Secondary School, Manyago and Makerere University football teams.
Maroons has also finalized the signing of former BUL FC goalkeeper Hannington Ssebwalunyo who has been training with the club.
Ssebwalunyo and Mayanja join the earlier signed players Patrick Bageya (Kyadondo Ssaza) and Hamimu Ssemakula (Ndejje University) at the club that hosts their home games at the lakeside Luzira Prisons stadium.