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Winger Vincent Kasoki Inks Short Contract At Kyetume FC

Winger Vincent Kasoki Inks Short Contract At Kyetume FC

News reaching our sports desk indicates that fast-paced winger, Vincent Kasoki, has landed a one-year employment contract at Kyetume Football Club.

He is one of the players that they cleared in the Transfer matching System (TMS) before the 11:59pm deadline on Tuesday, 21 September 2021.

Kasoki featured at Hoima based Kitara Football Club, an entity that faced relegation into the FUFA Big League

He has played a big role on the team that still elevated Kitara from second division to the Star Times Uganda premier League. They did this via the promotional playoffs.

He also openly expressed his excitement upon signing for Kyetume Football club in what he called a new challenge ahead.

‘’I am happy to be a player at Kyetume Football Club. I want to work so hard to help the club get promoted to the super division. Leaving Hoima for Mukono is a new challenge ahead that i will work hard to fulfill,’’ Vincent Kasoki said.

The winger is blessed with lightning speed, strength, a decent first touch, dribbling abilities and excellent cross execution.

He has previously worked with Bumate (Bundibugyo), VCC (Masindi), Community Development through Sports in Kasese among others.

The kick-off date for the FUFA Big League remains undisclosed at the time.

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