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Transfers: Solid Defender Revita Joins KCCA

Uganda Premier League defending champions KCCA Football Club has landed center back John Revita as the third signing in this transfer window.

The ponytail defender signs for KCCA following his contract expiration with Express Football Club.

Revita joined Express FC from Bukavu Dawa in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

He joins KCCA as the third signing after Simon Peter Serunkuuma (Tooro United), and Erisa Sekisambu (Free agent) respectively.

Revita is seen as the perfect replacement for defender Timothy Dennis Awany who is set to complete his move to Ashdod Football Club in Israel.

The defender might be handed his debut when KCCA takes on Wakiso Giants in the Pilsner Super 8 on Tuesday ahead of Namibia’s African Stars in the CAF Champions League preliminary round.

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