After being heavily linked to a move to AFC leopards in the June transfer window, Bandari midfielder Musa Mudde has extended his stay at the Mombasa based outfit after agreeing to a one and a half year deal.
Mudde, who joined the Dockers in June 2015 from AFC Leopards, has settled easily at Bandari that has seen him command a regular starting place in the midfield where he has formed a formidable partnership with Anthony Kimani that won the club the GOtv Shield last season.
With his one year contract set to expire in June, Mudde was on AFC Leopards’ radar but Head Coach Ivan Minnaert was not impressed with his ability and the Ugandan International has now committed his future to the Dockers.
One and a half years
“Mudde will not be leaving the club. He has signed a one and a half year contract with us and we are glad that he chose to stay. He is an important member of this team,” Bandari Technical Director Edward Oduor told Soka.
The former Ugandan international has previously featured for Sofapaka in the local topflight where he won the domestic cup in 2010 before starring in the CAF Confederations Cup the following year.
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