Police FC have unveiled midfielder Duncan Seninde as they continue to prepare for the forthcoming 2020/2021 season.
The left-footed midfielder has joined the ‘Cops’ from Uganda Premier League (UPL) champions Vipers SC after he agreed to put pen to paper on a two-year contract.
“Duncan Seninde has put pen to paper on a two-year contract with us,” Police FC posted on their social media pages.
“The left-footed midfielder completed his move to the ‘Cops’ family on Friday after successful completion of all the necessary medical tests.”
“This means the 23-year- old will be with us at least until 2022,” they further posted.
Seninde happy for the opportunity at Police
failed stint at Vipers SC, Duncan Seninde is optimistic to revamp his career
under coach Abdallah Mubiru.
“I appreciate being given this opportunity, it will help me a lot in my carrier,” Seninde said.
Seninde played for the Kampala Junior Team before joining Vipers in 2015 but was loaned to Wakiso Giants throughout last season.
However, his stint with the Purple Sharks was ended prematurely owing to the effects caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
He was therefore left on cloud nine after signing the deal which will see him reunite with coach Abdallah Mubiru.
“I feel so good and excited. It’s a reunion with coach Abdullah whom we parted ways with from Vipers,” Duncan Seninde further said.
“I appreciate being given this opportunity; this will help me a lot in my career. I promise to put in a lot of effort to make sure good results come our way.”
“I believe with great teamwork and guidance from the technical team, we shall produce good results,” he further noted.
Seninde’s signing comes just a day after Police unveiled another top talent Frank ‘Zaga’ Tumwesigye also from Vipers.
On Tuesday, Police secured the services of former Vipers custodian Derrick Ochan on a one-year deal.
Ochan was among the players released by the newly crowned champions a couple of days ago just like Zaga and Seninde.