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January 25, 2021
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Gadafi Gadinho: Creative Midfielder Dumps UPDF FC For Arua Hill Sports Club

As earlier reported by Dribbler Sports, Creative midfielder Gadafi Gadinho Cypher has officially left UPDF FC for Arua Hill Sports Club in an attempt to revive a career that faltered at Mbarara City Football Club.

Signed by the Ankole Lions last season, The former Onduparaka Football Club midfielder had a torrid time, featuring in less than 7 games before dumping the Club for UPDF in July this year.

At Arua Hill Sports, he is being reunited with former teammates including Alfred Leku, Anyama Richard and long time partner Agau Rashid whom they played with while at Onduparaka FC.

He also reunites with Otelul Vegas Adams and Toni Afeti who joined the Club from Onduparaka as PRO and CEO respectively.

Moneybags Arua Hill Sports Club said he joined on a two-year employment deal for undisclosed fee.

This development comes less than two hours after the club confirmed they have parted ways with their Technical Director Dudu Bosco just two months after his appointment was announced.

Gadafi joins a long list of new signings at the Club currently under the stewardship of head coach Hussein Mbalangu who will be deputized by Joseph Kiwanuka.

Other new signings at the Club includes Anyama Richard, Idd Abdulwahid, Brain Ade Verdy, Dan Birikwalira, Mike Kawooya, Collins Onega, Paddy Muhumuza, Agau Rashid and Baden Mujahid Ogama.

For starters Arua Hill Sports Club rebranded from FUFA Big League Doves AllStars after businessman, Eng Joel Aita bought the 100 percent shares from theĀ latter.

The ambitious club is carrying massive recruitments in an attempt to build a strong team that will help the Club earn promotions to the top-flight for the first time in history

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