Ochan buoyant after KCC return

Ugandan goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan is already targeting trophies after returning to KCC this week.

The hitherto Sports Club Victoria University (SCVU) completed his switch back to the Lugogo outfit early in the week after penning a two-year renewable deal.

“East or West, home is the best. I launched my football career at Lugogo and am happy to be back at a club I call home,” Ochan told the club website, adding, “It’s always nice playing for a club you have an attachment with.”

Ochan was between the sticks as KCC lifted the 2007/08 league title. He was also instrumental as the club made the second round of the Caf Champions League. “My first aim to take KCC where it belongs and that is the top.”

The goalkeeper - in his mid 20s - will, however have to contend with competition from Yasin Mugabi and Emmanuel Opio.

“It’s always good competing with quality players. It does improve you as a player and the team too.”

In a related development, former Soana striker Francis Olaki has signed a two year deal at the club, according to KCC website.

Olaki, who top scored in the league in the 2013/14 campaign, signs as a free agent after his Albanian side KF Tirana parted ways with him.

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