Uganda Cranes midfielder enforcer, Musa Mudde, has told Red Pepper Online edition that his recent switch to perennial Kenyan gaints, AFC Leopards on a two-year deal, will attract more challenges to make him a better player.
Mudde has been a free agent since leaving Simba where he signed from Kenyan club Sofapaka the Ugandan international was optimistic he will play a big role at the club.
Tanzanian aristocrats, Yanga, made enquiries about the striker on the eve of the 2012/13 season, but the Simba’s hierarchy turned it down.
“Simba will be remembered for showcasing a brand of fantastic football, but I have to move on for more challenges.”
“Besides, I’ll play with players who are more experienced. It’s a good move for me”, Mudde told Red Pepper in an exclusive interview on Monday night.
“I have signed for AFC Leopards and this is a very good club with a rich history that is why i decided to put pen to paper and help them in the league and Caf confederations cup next year,” Mudde told reporters in Nairobi.
Leopards chairman Allan Kasavuli confirmed the new development, “we are delighted to have signed Mudde who is an extremely robust midfielder. We are very serious ahead of the new season and by bringing Mudde onboard we seek to strengthen to the squad in all departments ahead of the new season and the continental matches.”
Mudde is expected to feature for Leopards in the Dstv Super Cup against arch rivals Gor Mahia on the 14th December.