Ugandan left back Shafic Batambuze has been unveiled by Zambian side Kabwe Warriors.
He joins the outfits as a free agent after ending his stay with Kenyan giants Gor Mahia recently.
He has signed a two-year contract with Kabwe Warriors, the club has confirmed.
Prior to the deal, he has been training with Busoga United as embarked on his road to recovery having suffered a career-threatening injury in 2019.
Kabwe Warriors, competes in the Zambian top flight, are currently 10th on the 18-team log with 15 points.
They have won the Zambian Premier League on five occasions, but haven’t tasted triumph since winning it in 1987.
He joins a list of Ugandan players in Zambia that include Shafic Bakaki (Nkana), Paul Musamali (Buildcon), Yasin Mugabi (Red Arrows) among others.
He has played at Simba, Muhoroni, SC Villa, Western Stima, Gor Mahia, Sofapaka and Tusker.