Vipers SC new signing Bob Oluoch has vowed to bring in his European experience to the Kitende based club.
Oluoch was officially unveiled on Wednesday by the Kitende based side after being cleared to feature for the club, penning down a three years contract.
In his first interview to the club’s media, the Kenyan centre back, who has been in Sweden for 9 years vowed to bring the same experience to his new side.
“I’m here to win. I have come home to offer my European experience. We have to fight to be champions because Vipers SC is all about trophies,” Oluoch told Vipers media.
Oluoch featured for then KJT Rwenshama in 2014 in the Uganda Premier league, before leaving for Sweden where he has been for the last 9 years. He has featured for Swedish sides Ludvika FK, Ljungby IF and Växjö United.
In his schools days, he played for St. Mary’s Kitende, a feeder school for Vipers SC the senior team and he won multiple titles while at the school.
At Vipers, Oluoch becomes the latest Signing in the just concluded January transfer window after defender Hillary Mukundane who joined the Venoms from Mbarara City last month.
Olouch is expected to boost Vipers backline and will have to beat off stiff competition from Halid Lwaliwa, Livingstone Mulondo among others for a starting slot in the team.