Uganda defensive Midfielder Musa Mudde is back with his former club, Simba Sports Club.
Head coach of the army side Fred Kajoba confirmed that after the player’s contract was not renewed in Tanzania with Simba SC, the player decided to come back and re-join his former club.
The former Sofapaka FC player in Kenya has endured long spells of injury before he returned and played the second half of the league in Tanzania last season.
“We think Mudde’s experience is very vital for our club,” said Kajoba.
Mudde was on the score sheet on Wednesday when Simba SC drew 2-2 with Kenya’s Ulinzi at the Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi at the on-going East Africa Military Games.
Graced by Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta, the defending champions Simba SC took a two goal lead, before the Kenyan Premier League side fought back for a draw.
Mudde opened the scoring in the sixth minute after which the hosts Ulinzi attempted a comeback through a Kevin Amwayi shot that went inches wide.
It was Simba who stretched the lead in the 26th from the spot through Sula Ssebuuza as the Ulinzi side seemed to struggle in their own backyard.
Amwoka, however, opened the scoring for Ulinzi seven minutes later with a thunderbolt. Amwayi netted the second goal for Ulinzi.
Simba SC will be back in action Friday against Rwanda Primus Premier League side APR FC, who also finished second in the 2013 Cecafa Kagame Club Championships in Sudan.