Uganda’s representatives in the CAF champions League Vipers SC have announced the signing of free agent Martin Kizza.
The former KCCA, Villa and Express winger has signed a two year employment contract with the Venoms and was officially unveiled by the club on Monday evening.
“I’m really, really happy to be here and going to wear this great shirt with this famous badge, it’s a dream.”
“I’m really happy and highly motivated to continue living my dream on the pitch and giving my all in a Vipers shirt,” he added.
“Vipers SC have a wonderful history in football now. I’ve played against the Venoms, I know what it feels like to be in the stadium with the fans behind them.”
“I was with the opposition and now I’m on the right side so I’m really excited. It’s a massive club with great players. As I said before, it’s a dream to be here finally.” Kizza told the club website
Kizza joins Vipers witha vast of experience having previously played for KCCA FC, SC Villa and Express FC in the Uganda Premier league.
He also featured for South African sides Free State Stars in 2019 and Royal Eagles in 2020.
The Venoms have also finalized a deal with striker Karim Ndugwa and are interested in signing right winger Godfrey Lwesibawa as earlier reported by this website.