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Joseph Dhata: Vipers Bolster Squad With South Sudanese Right-Back.

Uganda Premier League champions Vipers Sports Club have unveiled South Sudanese international Right-Back Joseph Dhata as one of their latest signings ahead of the coming 2020/21 season.

Dhata joins the Venoms on a four-year employment contract that will keep him at St Mary’s stadium until 2024.

The iconic Kitende based outfit has embarked on a signing spree in preparation for the coming season, securing the services of South Sudanese teenager Joseph Dhata.

This is after Dhata received his International Transfer Certificate (ITC) from South Sudan Football Association (SSFA).

Vipers announced their latest signing via their official Twitter page on Thursday.

Dhata who has been training with Kitende outfit since last season will reunite with his childhood friends including Ahmed Amayo and Rashid Toha.

The 18-year old was the skipper of Buddo Secondary School in 2019 and also featured for Bulo SS in the Copa Coca-Cola Schools championship 2018.

Dhata Joseph being unveiled at Vipers on a four-year employment contract.

Speaking to the Club website Dhata said: “I am very happy about this day as it has offered me a new step forward,”

“The important thing is to grab this chance and use it wisely to build my career and also help my team to win games and silverware.

Dhata turns into membership 5th signing after the arrivals of David Bagoole, Ibrahim Orit, Disan Galiwango and Jamil Kalisa.

Vipers Sports Club will symbolize Uganda in the Caf Champions League while Kampala City Council Authority Football Club will take part in the Caf Confederation Cup.

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