Wakiso Giants Transfers: Who is In, Who is Out
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Wakiso Giants Transfers: Who is In, Who is Out

2021-09-22 07:48:54

The 2021 Primary Transfer window has closed and we reflect on dealings in the market.

NEW SIGNINGS

Our first signing of the window was Frank Ssenyondo, a winger from current champions Express FC who comes.

Then striker Shariph Kimbowa who has tormented us every time he has faced us joined from Busoga United before three transfers were confirmed on the deadline.

Exciting midfielders Moses Aliro and Titus Ssematimba as well as right back Grant Matsiko from KCCA, Black Star FC and Kigezi Home Boyz

INs: Frank Ssenyondo (Express FC), Shariph Kimbowa (Busoga United), Grant Matsiko (Kigezi Homeboyz), Titus Ssematimba (Black Star FC, Masanafu), Moses Aliro (KCCA) and Ismail Ssempira (Unattached)

DEPARTURES

There have been several departures from the club including Muwadda Kateregga and Swaib Mudde who have been with us for three seasons.

Yasin Mugume also left after two and half years and so did striker Kipson Atuheire who had signed a short contract with the club early this year.

Gadafi Wahab and Geriga Atendele were sold to Arua Hills while Faizul Ibrahim left on mutual consent.

They were all thanked by everyone at the club for their services and we wish them well for the future.

OUTs: Gadafi Wahab (Arua Hills), Yasin Mugume (Unknown), Faizul Ibrahim (Arua Hills), Muwadda Kateregga (Unknown), Kipson Atuheire (Unknown), Geriga Atendele (Arua Hills), Viane Ssekajugo (URA) and Swaib Mudde (Unknown)

PROMOTIONS

From our development side came three players – goalkeeper Kenneth Luguya, left winger Marvin Mukiibi, Andrew Kalyango and U-17 international defender Ronald Madoi.

Coach Bamweyana comment on the transfer window

“It’s been a funny transfer grossly affected by the pandemic.

There’s not been a lot of quality on the market to significantly improve an already good squad we have here hence the tendency to look at the club’s future except in situations where we needed to plug a gap of sorts.”