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Sepuya joins Armenia league
Publish Date: Dec 27, 2006
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By Fred Kaweesi

UGANDAN striker Eugene Sepuya has completed a dream career transfer to Armenian soccer giants Banants FC for an undisclosed fee.

The lofty striker, who has been at Colorado Rapids in the US, signed a two-year deal to switch to the former Soviet state with the help of FIFA agent Antonio Carlo. Carlo helped Uganda sign German Laszlo Csaba as national coach.

“Eugene did very well during his week- long trial in Armenia. Everybody was impressed with his physical presence and hard work,” Carlo said.

The 6-foot striker, who played for Mbale Heroes and SC Villa between 2000-2004, scored three goals in his ultimate trial match.

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