Kampala Capital City Authority midfielder Allan Kyambadde was officially unveiled as Egyptian El Gouna Sports Club player on Sunday.
Allan Kyambadde completed his move days ago but his unveiling delayed not until KCCA signed a partnership agreement with El Gouna on Sunday in Egypt.
KCCA’s chairperson, Aggrey Ashaba and the CEO Anisha Muhoozi were all present as Kyambadde was unveiled after the signing of the agreement and handed an El Gouna Sports Club white shirt.
The agreement will involve the transfer of players between the two clubs, as well as developing and sharing of ideas for youth development.
Kyambadde’s capture follows the acquisition of Egyptian Mohamed Naguib and Zambian Walter Bwalya. Rayan, Akram and Gazzar also extended their loan spell with the Egyptian outfit. However, El Gouna Sports Club parted ways with Ousseynou Boye.
Kyambadde joins other six Ugandan players based in Egypt that include; Khalid Aucho who plays for Misr Lel Makkasa Sporting Club, Abdu Lumala at Pyramids, Emmanuel Arnold Okwi at Ittihad Alexandria and Tadeo Lwanga at Tanta Sports Club. Others incude forward Derrick Nsibambi who plays for Smouha Sports Club and striker Isiagi who does business at Al Nasr Sporting Club.
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