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Derrick Ndahiro signs two-year deal with Vipers SC in Uganda

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Derrick Ndahiro has officially joined Vipers SC ahead of the upcoming season, marking another significant addition to the club’s roster as they prepare for the next chapter in Ugandan football.

The left-back’s arrival underscores Vipers SC’s proactive approach in bolstering their squad following a challenging season.

Ndahiro, a 26-year-old Ugandan international, brings a wealth of experience and defensive prowess to the team, having honed his skills at Kamwokya and SCV Kampala before making notable contributions at SC Villa, where he made 45 appearances in the Uganda Premier League.

Following his stint at SC Villa, Ndahiro continued to impress during his two seasons at Uganda Revenue Authority Sport Club, where his consistent performances attracted attention from Police FC in Rwanda last season, marking his first venture abroad.

His return to Uganda with Vipers SC comes at a crucial juncture for the club, which aims to fill key positions left vacant by departing players such as Isa Mubiru and Richard Matovu.

Ndahiro’s versatility and defensive capabilities are expected to bolster the team’s backline significantly.

“Derrick Ndahiro is a pivotal addition to our squad,” commented a spokesperson from Vipers SC.

“His experience in both domestic and regional leagues, coupled with his international exposure with Uganda Cranes, makes him an invaluable asset as we aim for a successful campaign ahead.”

As part of Vipers SC’s ongoing efforts to rejuvenate and strengthen their squad, Ndahiro’s signing highlights their commitment to blending seasoned talent with promising youth.

His 7 caps for the Uganda Cranes further attest to his pedigree and readiness to contribute effectively to the team’s ambitions in both domestic competitions and continental engagements.

“We are delighted to welcome Derrick Ndahiro to Vipers SC,” added the spokesperson.

“His maturity and tactical awareness will undoubtedly complement our squad dynamics as we strive to compete at the highest levels.”

With preparations underway for the new season, Vipers SC remains focused on building a competitive squad capable of challenging for titles.

Ndahiro’s inclusion is seen as a step in the right direction towards achieving the club’s objectives, as they aim to maintain their status as a formidable force in Ugandan football.

The signing of Derrick Ndahiro signals a new chapter for both the player and Vipers SC, as they look ahead to the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in the upcoming campaign.

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