Uganda Premier League

Striker Brian Kalumba makes swift return to UPL, rejoins UPDF

Kampala, (UG): Prolific striker Brian Kalumba has made a swift return to the Uganda Premier League (UPL) just days after parting ways with Rwanda’s Kiyovu.

 Kalumba, once a key player for Vipers, has officially sealed a short-term deal with UPDF, marking his homecoming to the club he departed in 2021 to join Gaddafi FC.

Kalumba’s journey has taken an unexpected twist as he renews his association with UPDF, a club where he previously showcased his striking prowess. 

The decision to return to his former team comes as a surprise to many football enthusiasts, given his recent stint with Kiyovu in the Rwandan football scene.

Kalumba, known for his goal-scoring abilities and strategic play, left UPDF in 2021 to pursue a new chapter with Gaddafi FC. 

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His time with the Libyan club provided him with valuable experiences and challenges, but it appears that the allure of the Uganda Premier League has drawn him back to familiar territory.

The striker’s return to UPDF has been met with enthusiasm from fans who fondly remember his contributions during his previous tenure. 

The club, which has seen changes since Kalumba’s departure, is optimistic about the impact he can bring to their current campaign.

The management at UPDF has confirmed that Kalumba’s signing is a short-term arrangement, lasting until the end of the season. 

This adds an element of intrigue to the story, leaving fans and pundits speculating on the potential long-term implications of this reunion.

As the UPL season progresses, all eyes will be on Brian Kalumba as he aims to make an immediate impact and contribute to UPDF’s quest for success.

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The dynamics of player transfers and the unpredictability of football have once again taken center stage, making Kalumba’s return a captivating storyline in the ongoing football narrative.



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