Striker Muhammad Shaban is back at KCCA FC. The forward has penned a two-year deal that will keep him at lugogo until June 2024. 

Shaban played for KCCA in the 2017/18 season before joining Morocco side Raja Casablanca, where he stayed for just one year. 

The 24-year-old would later join Vipers SC, where he served for two years from 2019 to 2021 before returning to his boyhood club, Onduparaka, for the 2021/22 season.

Boasting of pace, a great first touch and good finishing instinct, Shaban knows his second homecoming will be judged purely on performance.

”I come with experience that I have earned over the years,” Shaban told the club website. 

“I am a better player and I want to show that on the field of play. My role as a striker is to score goals.

“It’s these goals that will help us win trophies and get back to CAF competitions because that is where this club should be playing.”

Shaban joins a competitive list of forwards including Tshisungu Kankonde, Sadat Anaku and Brian Aheebwa. Others are Brian Kayanja and Charles Lwanga.

He is the seventh player to join KCCA in this transfer window after Tshisungu Kankonde, Moses Waiswa, Ssenoga Muhamed, and teenagers Faisal Wabyoona, Saidi Mayanja and Allan Enyou.

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  1. The goal machine is back where it belongs and when embedded ro Kankonde its gonna be a season for the Kasasiro boys

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