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Uganda Cranes Players Grab New Deals After A Skillful Display In AFCON 2019

While in the AFCON Uganda hits two birds with one stone, besides a more spectacular performance as compared to the AFCON 2017, Uganda cranes players have been spotted by various clubs both from Africa and all over the globe in that many have already signed the contracts.

El Makkasa at Shs2 billion with a two years contract signed Khalid Aucho a Uganda cranes midfielder. According to Geoffrey Kayemba Aucho’s agent, other players such as Awanyi Timothy, Farouk Miya, Allan Kyambadde, Abudu Lumala are in the process of finalizing transfer deals.

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