Former Wakiso Giants Striker Joins Somalia’s Club

Former Wakiso  Giants  striker , Karim Ndugwa has  joined Somalia Premier League side Horseed SC.

He has joined the Somalia outfit on a one year employment contract.

This is Ndugwa’s second stint outside the Uganda Premier League having previously featured for AFC Leopards in Kenya.

Ndugwa was among the five players who were released by Wakiso Giants earlier this week. The others are Gadaffi Wahab, Ivan Ssebuguzi, Osman Miraji and Emmanuel Katende.

Ndugwa was Wakiso Giants’ second top scorer last season with five league goals, four behind Vianne Ssekajugo who finished as the club’s top scorer.

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He has previously featured for Express FC, SC Villa, Victors FC, URA FC, Onduparaka FC, Mbarara City and AFC Leopards in Kenya.

At Horseed SC, he will be under the stewardship of  fellow Ugandan Simon Ddungu who has replaced Alex Isabirye.

Horseed are seven time champions of the Somalia League.

They host their home games at the 15000 Banadir capacity .

Horseed SC is a football club based in Horseed, Somalia. The club was founded in 1971 by Lt. Col Mohamed Ahmed Alim, who started the Somali Armed Forces Sports directorate recruiting from the ranks of the Army.

Ndugwa  will put on  shirt number 14 at his Horseed SC  in Somalia.


Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

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