AFC Leopards raid Bandari for midfielder

___6844307___https:______static.pulse.com.gh___webservice___escenic___binary___6844307___2017___6___15___15___Musa+Mudde+while+at+AFC+Leopards

The Ugandan left Ingwe for Bandari in 2015 and the Big Cats have on Thursday announced his re-capture with hopes of harnessing his full potential at the Den.

His signing comes in the wake of reports indicating that they have parted ways with Captain Bernard Mang’oli.

However, in a separate interview, team manager Tonny Lidonde told P Live that the decision to leave Mang’oli, who has been heavily linked with a move to Sofapaka, has not been made.

“Mang’oli’s contract is running out but we have not parted ways with him. We are planning to meet with him in order to make our final decision on whether to extend his contract or not.”

Mudde’s capture becomes AFC Leopards’ third official signing in the transfer window.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

Why do guys still masturbate when they have girlfriends?

Why do guys still masturbate when they have girlfriends?

Police uniform, weapon are ID - Mutyambai addresses Boniface Mwangi's trending clips

Police uniform, weapon are ID - Mutyambai addresses Boniface Mwangi's trending clips

From Millionaire to Hawker - How Muthee is rebuilding his life from scratch

From Millionaire to Hawker - How Muthee is rebuilding his life from scratch

If I rise, let me rise with other people - Crazy Kennar scoops 3 titles at the Pulse Influencer Awards

If I rise, let me rise with other people - Crazy Kennar scoops 3 titles at the Pulse Influencer Awards

Zuckerberg loses $6 billion hours after Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram crashed

Zuckerberg loses $6 billion hours after Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram crashed

Cooking for Drake, collaboration with Wizkid and other things Tems revealed in a Twitter Q&A

Cooking for Drake, collaboration with Wizkid and other things Tems revealed in a Twitter Q&A

I spent Sh800K - Vera speaks on begging for money to fund lavish Baby shower

I spent Sh800K - Vera speaks on begging for money to fund lavish Baby shower

Uhuru issues demands as heartbreak grips Kianjokoma brothers' funeral

Uhuru issues demands as heartbreak grips Kianjokoma brothers' funeral

11 fashion choices by women that men hate

11 fashion choices by women that men hate