- A day after the signing of former Uganda Cranes midfielder Tony Mawejje on a two-year contract, Police FC have unveiled a second signing ahead of the new season after sealing the transfer of Hassan Muhamood from Onduparaka FC.
Ugandan Premier League (UPL) Police FC ‘Cops’ has hit the transfer market again as they completed their second signing ahead of the new season.
“We are pleased to announce the signing of defender Hassan Muhamood from Onduparaka on a two-year deal,” Police confirmed.
“He becomes our second signing of the ongoing transfer window after Tony Mawejje returned at the club,” the club added.
“Muhamood brings energy to boost our defense and we are excited to have him. We are rebuilding our club to make sure that we become a formidable force like we used to.
“We sorted out technical issues and now we are engaging all our efforts to make sure we have a good team,” club chairman Asan Kasingye said after unveiling the player.
The experienced new signing Muhamood had featured for UPL giants Express FC and SC Villa and now he has joined Police FC. Muhamood said he is happy to join the Law Enforcers.
“I am so happy to join the Police. It’s a new challenge for me as a player and I am going to do my best so we go back to the top. I am looking forward to meeting the players and coaches,” Muhamood said.
Earlier, after unveiling Mawejje on Tuesday, Cops chairman Kasingye promised to beef up the squad that will be able to challenge for top honors in Uganda though it has come sooner than expected.
“We no longer just want to compete; we need to win trophies. We are former champions and it’s time to think big,” Kasingye said. “This is the time to build structures and reclaim our glory.”
He further called upon the club fraternity to remain together as one family as they strive to do better in the new season. He added it was the right time for the team to secure sponsors because Police are a big organization and many people want to be part of it.