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Mudde set for Sofapaka reunion



Uganda international midfielder Musa Mudde is said to be on his way back to Nairobi-based Kenyan Premier League side Sofapaka after a short and unsuccessful stint in the Tanzanian top tier with Simba SC.

Mudde left Sofapaka for the Tanzanian giants after the first leg of the Kenyan league when his two–year contract expired.

But after falling down the pecking order at Simba, who later terminated his employment, he has reportedly held talks with the Kenyan side and will be making a move soon.

According to Elly Kalekwa, the Sofapaka president, the club have agreed on a two-year deal with Mudde.

“Mudde is definitely coming back to the team. He will be with us as from the 2013 season. The club representatives held talks with him in Kampala and reached an agreement since he is unattached and Sofapaka has always been a second home for him”, said Kalekwa.

“Nothing is signed as of yet but we will be giving him a two-year deal as per the talks between the two parties and I am looking forward to better tidings with the team this time round.”

The Ugandan was dropped by Simba after he sustained a long-term ankle injury in the Cecafa Club Championships in October 2012.



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