Uganda’s Onduparaka FC to Send Goalkeeper Out on Loan?
With Nicholas Ssebwato currently being first choice goalkeeper for Uganda Premiership side, Onduparaka FC, sources have indicated that Richard Anyama could be on his way out of the club on loan.
The 21-year-old keeper struggled for game-time last season and the Caterpillars are contemplating sending Anyama out on loan.
The Arua-born gloves man played two official games for Onduparaka between August and the end of the 2017/18 season. In the previous season he was between the posts 16 times.
Having reportedly signed a three-year deal when he joined Caterpillars, Anyama could be offered an opportunity to go out on loan in order to get game-time and work on regaining his confidence after a length of time without playing competitive football.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]“Yes, he could be loaned out. The competition is tough amongst the goalkeepers and the best way to keep a good goalkeeper going is to have game-time. That’s why the management think a loan move would be a good one,”[/perfectpullquote]
a source told the Ducor Sports.
Already there are indications that the club will loan out Anyama to a Kenyan Premier League side Kakamega Homeboyz who have been claimed to have severally inquired about the goalkeeper on a permanent deal.
Now, it remains to be seen whether a loan or permanent move to KPL will materialize for Anyama in the coming weeks and whether the club will make the necessary changes to add a new member to their goalkeeping roster for the new season.
Richard Anyama during training at Betway Green Stadium in Arua (Courtesy photo)