Uganda Cranes midfielder Taddeo Lwanga has completed a transfer to Tanzanian Premier League giants, Simba SC.
The revelation was confirmed on Wednesday afternoon on Simba’s official social media platforms.
They tweeted; “welcome to Msimbazi, Taddeo Lwanga (@Taddeolwanga) is an international defensive midfielder playing for the Ugandan National Team and has previously played for Express FC, SC V Kampala(SC Villa) and Tanta FC.”
TADDEO LWANGA IS SIMBA ?
Welcome to Msimbazi, Taddeo Lwanga (@taddeolwanga) is an international defensive midfielder playing for the Ugandan National Team and has previously played for Express FC, SCV Kampala, Vipers FC and Tanta FC. #NguvuMoja pic.twitter.com/bVHwdeHeH0
— Simba SC Tanzania English (@SimbaSC_EN) December 2, 2020
Lwanga joins the “Wekundu wa Msimbazi” as a free agent after having terminated his contract with Egyptian side Tanta FC in July this year after going months without pay.
The former Vipers, Villa, and Express defensive midfielder was on the verge of a return to Express FC in October, but the move fell through at the later stages of the negotiations.
At Simba, Taddeo will have to battle out with Viera Gerson and Jonas Mkunde for a starting place in the club’s starting XI.