Former Gor Mahia defender and Ugandan International Godfrey Walusimbi has signed a one year deal with Albania side KF Vllaznia. The left-back has been without a club since parting ways with South African team Kaizer Chiefs in January this year.
”As promised by members of the technical staff, KF Vllaznia has made it a reality to hire another player. It is left-footed defender Walusimbi Godfrey,” KF Vllaznia posted on their official website.
“The player has signed a one-year contract and is expected to arrive in Shkodra within this week, as soon as he is granted an entry visa to Albania. Godfrey, meanwhile, is federally within the deadline for closing the deal and is now officially part of Brotherhood,” the site added.
The defender is Uganda’s most capped player of the current generations with 105 caps and was part of the Uganda Cranes squad that played in this year’s Africa Cup Of Nations Tournament. He started in all 4 matches that Uganda played and was deployed in the left-back position.
KF Vllaznia has won the Albanian Superliga nine times but has not won it since 2001, they are six-time Albanian Cup champions, the last coming in 2008.