Newly recruited KCCA FC forward Emmanuel Peter Loki has pledged to give his utmost all for the club for every second he will be required to don the jersey.
The South Sudan international became the Kasasiro Boys' final transfer window signing, as he penned down a two-year employment contract.
"The fans should expect me to die for the club when I am on the pitch," Loki promised as he told the club media.
"I will give 100%," he reiterated before adding: "I am here to win trophies."
Loki had spent three years at Soltilo Bright Stars FC and ran out his contract before securing the deal with the 13-time Uganda Premier League champions.
Loki is expected to be a key pillar as KCCA hopes to turn events around in their CAF Confederation Cup second leg against Libya's Abu Salim, having lost the first 3-1.
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Salim Jamal has put up a stout defence for the victim, stressing he is too humble to get into a physical altercation with other people.
"I am looking forward to the challenge of playing in various competitions and helping the club achieve its goals."
"I am confident that I can make a positive contribution to the team, and I am excited to get started," the versatile attacker added.
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It has been officially confirmed that Shafik Magogo will play for his parent club, Kitara FC in the Uganda Premier League and Police FC in the FUFA Big League.
KCCA's bout with Abu Salim is slated for Saturday at the St. Mary's Stadium, Kitende, and they will be keen on securing the group stages.