Police FC Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Fahad Lumu, has heaped praise on former Vipers goalkeeper Derrick Ochan after he completed a move to the Kibuli based side.
The 24-year old custodian on Tuesday afternoon completed a move to Police FC, less than a day after being released by the Venoms. He put pen to paper on a one-year employment contract and becomes the club’s eighth signing.
Speaking at the unveiling, Police FC CEO Lumu was quick to describe Ochan as one of the best in the StarTimes UPL.
“He is one of the best goalkeepers and as we look towards revamping the team, the goalkeeping department is essential,” He said.
“He comes with experience, vigor, and has a winning mentality,” Lumu added.
Derrick Ochan joins Eric Ssenjobe, Hassan Mahmood, Sammon Oloka, Muwadda Mawejje, Tom Ikara, Arnold Ssembuya, and former Uganda Cranes midfielder Tonny Mawejje as the club’s acquisition in the ongoing transfers window.
He will compete with Tom Ikara on who will start in between the sticks for the 2005 Uganda Premier League champions.