Express hero Alfred Leku joins Botswana Premier League side

Alfred Leku (right) spent the second half of last season at Express FC (File Photo)

Express FC hero Afred Leku has completed his move to Botswana Premier league side Jwaneng Galaxy football club based in the City of Gaborone.

The striker who was on loan from Vipers SC last season will always be remembered by Express fans for scoring the goal that saved their side from relegation last season.

With the Red Eagles requiring inspiration from somewhere, Leku came up with the all-important goal for them in their last game of the season against Masavu FC in Bugongo.

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The energetic striker is believed to have spent a week in Botswana having trials with Jwaneng Galaxy and convinced the technical heads to sign him on a 2 year contract.

Last season, Leku played for both Onduparaka FC and Express FC on loan deals from his parent club Vipers SC and only scored 4 goals at both sides, one for the Red Eagles.

The former Kibuli SS and St. Mary’s Kitende joins Ivan Ntege (Township Rollers and Francis Olaki (Extension Gunners) as the other Ugandans in Botswana.

Jwaneng Galaxy finished second on the Botswana Premier league log of 16 teams and accumulated 62 points from 30 league match they played last season.



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