KCCA FC have officially unveiled forward Patrick Henry Kaddu as their latest signing.
Kaddu has put pen to paper on a short term employment of six months to complete a return to KCCA FC but with an option of 2 years renewal.
At the start of the 2019/20 season, Kaddu left the Lugogo based side for Moroccan side RS Berkane.
Since then, he has featured for Egyptian side Ismaily SC and lately Moroccan outfit Youssoufia Berrechid.
He is also a former Maroons FC and Kiira Young forward.
During his time at KCCA FC (2017-2019), Kaddu made 64 appearances and scored 32 goals for the club. He won two Uganda Premier league titles, two Stanbic Uganda Cups and two Super Cups.
Kaddu is remembered for scoring the lone goal (against Cape Verde) that secured Uganda Cranes a 2019 AFCON slot.
He scored Uganda’s first goal at the 2019 continental showpiece in Egypt in the 2-0 win over DR.Congo.
The forward will boost KCCA FC striking that has Davis Kasirye, Charles Lwanga and Brian Aheebwa. The 13 time Uganda Premier League champions also signed Erisa Sekisambu in this transfer window.
KCCA FC will return to action on Thursday when they will face Onduparaka FC in the rescheduled Uganda Premier league fixture.