Ajax 1 Bloemfontein Celtic 1
UGANDAN agent Gibby Kalule has penetrated the Rwanda market where he has struck a deal with the countryâ€™s most prized soccer club, APR FC.
The former Cranes and KCC FC striker, based in South Africa, was the man behind APRâ€™s latest Cameroonian recruits Cisse Nchouwet Souleyman, 20 years and 19-year-old forward Roger Serges Tchoussi.
They signed two-year contracts with conditions that Kalule possesses a certain percentage of ownership in the deals.
Kalule (right), who secured Ugandan striker Isaac Mulyanga a transfer to Vietnam, forthwith becomes APRâ€™s official agent. Souleyman and Tchoussi previously featured for clubs in Asia.
â€œIt would be unfair for such young players to be playing in the Asian leagues. Itâ€™s great for them to be part of APR because I know they will thrive,â€ Kalule said.
Meanwhile, Denis Onyango and Timothy Batabaire helped Celtic hold Ajax in the South African Premier league.
* Dismus Buregyeya adds that St Maryâ€™s College Kisubi beat St Henryâ€™s College Kitovu 2-0 on Tuesday to lead the MTN sponsored annual De-Lamminais tournament group A with four points.
The one-week event hosted by Ibanda SSS has attracted eight schools under the Brothers Institutions family.
Kitovu had earlier lost to rivals St Charles Lwanga Kasasa on 3-2 .
Defending champions St Leoâ€™s Kyegobe maintained their unbeaten run with a 10-0 wallop of St Edwards Bukumi.
Kyegobe 10 Bukumi 0
Comboni 3 Caltec 0
Kisubi 2 Kitovu 0
APR FC contracts Ugandan