The former Cranes midfielder featured for KCCA and URA locally
Former Uganda Cranes midfield lynchpin Noah 'Babadi' Kasule made his second debut in domestic football.
Kasule who featured for Saints in their 2-1 loss to SC Villa on Tuesday in the Azam Uganda Premier League returned to the domestic league after ten years abroad.
"My joining will help to add a lot of experience to the team. The only thing that differs is the level of commitment. The good thing is I'm with coach Moses Basena who understands me well so I know I will perform,"Kasule stated.
The holding midfielder who last played a competitive match with Armenian side Ulisses in 2014 stressed that he is not interested in making the Cranes team and neither is he looking for money.
Kasule who was one of the most instrumental players for Uganda Cranes, retired from international duty in 2007 after the failed 2008 AFCON Qualifiers. His final appearance was in Cranes' 3-1 victory over Niger.
The former KCCA and URA FC player also featured for Armenian clubs Banants and Gandzasar Kapan.