Having raised the expectations of Arua Soccer lovers with the unusual capture of seven new big signings, Arua Hill Sports Club have now gone more better by completing the signing of striker Alfred Leku from Proline Football Club on a two-year deal.
While Leku has been rumored on Leopards’ radar for the last few months, the story has recently gained tremendous momentum, with everyone in the city apart from the Club claiming that the deal was done.
Dribbler Sports ofcourse had also reported about the deal that is now official, today’s Club announcement will be accepted with a warm welcome in Arua City.
As part of the official statement on the club’s official Facebook page, Hussein Mbalangu said.
“My intention is to form a dangerous attacking force of Agau, Leku and Okhuti which will surprise every team in Big League and Uganda Cup because of their football skills and experience plus their hardworking mentality, it will be ALO attacking force (Agau, Leku and Okhuti), it will be very interesting to watch.”
“It’s one of the best signing so far because Leku is a typical number 9 who will score goals for the team and give punch to the team upfront because of his strength, speed and aggressiveness and shooting power.” he added.
The 23-year old, affectionately known as Leku, is a Maracha born Ugandan, and has signed a two-year deal with Arua Hill Sports Club as a free agent following the expiration of his contract with Proline FC.
He previously played for Vipers SC, Onduparaka FC, Express FC, Jwaneng Galaxy FC in Bostwana and most recently Proline Football Club.
The newest Leopard had the following to say on joining Arua Hill Sports Club.
“To decide to play for Arua Hill in the FUFA Big League offers me a homecoming feeling, I feel home indeed.”
“It is a step for me because as far as I am concerned, there is no bigger difference between the Premier League and the Big League.” he added.
He turns into membership 8th signing after Dan Birikwalira, Mike Kawooya, Collins Onega, Paddy Muhumuza, Agau Rashid, Idd Abdulwahid and Brain Ade.