Six-time Uganda Premier League champions Vipers SC have signed hugely potent striker Erick Kenzo Kambale.
The Congolese born forward has been unveiled as the latest Venom on a two-year contract.
He has become the latest and final blockbuster signing in just days after the club unveiled playmaker Allan Okello on Thursday.
Kambale joins in as a direct replacement for Brazilian forward Giancarlo Lopez Rodriguez, who left the club barely two months after his unveiling.
Kambale feels he has unfinished business in Uganda, having departed Express FC after the 2021/22 campaign.
He left the country for Sudan's El-Merrikh after netting 33 goals across four seasons, where he clinched the UPL and the CECAFA Kagame Cup titles.
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Mukasa, who is English by birth, is born to Laima Mukasa (English) and a Ugandan father Sam Mukasa.
At El-Merrikh, Kambale, now a free agent, needed to realize his full potential as he had limited playing time.
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Meanwhile, netting the playmaker's signature wasn't an easy walk for the Venoms as they were forced to cough exorbitant fees and agreed to lucrative demands.
The club axed him from their 2023/24 squad and looked to seal a deal to Egypt's Cleopatra Ceramica, before it fell through over unknown reasons.
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The left footed gem appeared to nip at his former employers in his reaction upon penning down a three-year contract with the Venoms on Thursday.
At Vipers, he will become the eighth signing of the window after Grant Matsiko, Richard Matovu, David Bagoole, Patrick Mbowa, Mohamed Salem Ekbad, Fumador Asiwome and Allan Okello.