Moses Waiswa: Cranes midfielder back at Vipers after five years

StarTimes Uganda Premier League (SUPL) champions, Vipers SC, have successfully secured the signature of fan-favourite Moses Waiswa Ndhondhi, making a triumphant return to St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende, after a hiatus of nearly five years.

The silky-attacking midfielder, a stalwart of the Uganda Cranes, has committed to a two-year deal, extending his loyalty to the Venoms until 2026.

Having left Vipers in the 2018/19 season for South Africa’s SuperSport United, where he spent three impactful campaigns, Waiswa later made a homecoming to Uganda with KCCA FC, where he showcased his talents for the past one and a half seasons.

This signing not only marks Vipers’ first acquisition in the January transfer window but also stands as a significant milestone for Livingstone Mbabazi, who secures his first-ever signing as the head coach.

Anticipating a highly competitive midfield, Waiswa is set to contend with standout players like Karim Watambala, Bright Anukani, Allan Okello, Abubakar Lawal, David Bagoole, and Abubakali Walusimbi.

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The inclusion of Waiswa adds a layer of depth and experience to the squad, promising an exciting season ahead for Vipers SC. The Midfield maestro has woven a rich tapestry of football experience, showcasing his skills across various clubs on his remarkable journey.

Moses Waiswa’s journey began with Vaxjo United FC in Sweden 2014-2015, where he honed his craft and laid the foundation for what would become a distinguished career.

In 2016, Waiswa ventured into new territory with Syrianska FC in Sweden still, adding a chapter to his story with a brief yet impactful stint.

The following year marked his return to familiar grounds as he donned the colours of Vipers SC from 2017 to 2019, becoming a fan favourite and leaving an indelible mark on the club.

A bold move awaited him in 2019 when he embarked on an international venture, signing with South Africa’s SuperSport United FC. Three fruitful campaigns in a different football landscape showcased Waiswa’s adaptability and skill on a global stage.

The homecoming beckoned in 2022 when he joined KCCA FC, where he continued to dazzle fans with his flair and vision on the pitch.

This chapter, however, concluded this January 2024, as Waiswa added another layer to his narrative by signing with Vipers SC once again, ready to script new tales in the familiar embrace of St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende.

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As Moses Waiswa embarks on the next chapter of his football journey, his diverse experiences across these clubs have undoubtedly shaped him into the seasoned midfielder we see today.

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