On Sunday through the KCCA TV on one of the local stations in the country, KCCA FC unveiled two new players to the public who included left-back Moses Kalanzi and Andrew Kawooya.

One of the players who has caused havoc in the different camps is 17 year old Andrew Kawooya who Vipers claim that he still has a running contract with them.

One of Vipers directors Harunah Kyobe says that KCCA FC should expect war for signing a still contracted player with the Kitende based side.

Information coming from the football mother body in the country says that KCCA presented the contract documents last week and Vipers presented theirs on Monday and this literally means that a player shall play for KCCA FC since Vipers decided not to present the contract documents to FUFA in time.

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According to Vipers they say that Kawooya signed a minors contract with them with the consent of his parents and KCCA FC are also saying that they used the right means to acquire Kawooya who is also a form five student at St. Mary’s Kitende.

Vipers is expected to petition to FUFA in the shortest period possible on the matter regarding Kawooya who has also featured for Lweza JT and Proline Soccer Academy.