Goalkeeper Bashir Sekagya has been recalled from his loan spell at Proline FC just six months after the shot stopper was sent out on a season long loan.
The 21-year old joined the Kitende based side in June 2018 from UPDF FC but he ran out of favor as he faced a stiff competition from fellow custodians Fabian Mutombora and Derrick Ochan.
During his time at Vipers Sekagya made 9 first team appearances (3 CAF games, 2 league games and 4 Cecafa Kagame Cup) before sustaining a knee injury during Vipers continental engagement away to Algeria’s CS Constantine in the CAF Champions League.
After recovery from the knee injury, he was then sent to Proline FC to gain first team experience on a season long loan.
While at proline, he has made only 4 appearances (Proline FC 0-1 Busoga United FC, Wakiso Giants FC 2-1 Proline FC, URA FC 2-1 Proline FC and Proline FC 0-4 KCCA FC) during which he conceded 9 goals.
Speaking on his return to the Kitende based side, Sekagya expresses intent to become number one for the Venoms
Yes am back at Vipers SC. I love my club and am ready to serve at any given time under any circumstances. I want to become number one and I know this is very possible because am working so hard to improve my performance.
Upon arrival, Sekagya has also set his targets straight at the Soccer Club.
I want to win the league and the Uganda Cup and make the group stages of the CAF Champions League again.
Sekagya will not find an easy ride as he will be facing strong competition from Burundi International and current no. 1, Fabian Mutombora who has had a great half season, conceding the least number of goals in the Startimes Uganda Premier League.