The forward has been signed by the Garbage Collectors to sharpen their attack.
He also came to help the team be competitive in domestic and continental assignments.
The former Police FC attacker has also welcomed competition which he believes will make him a better player.
“As a player who won the Golden Boot in the 2018/19 season, I want to work hard again so that I can achieve it here because they have a very good platform,” Balinya was quoted by Daily Monitor.
Juma Balinya ready for competition
Juma Balinya said that he is ready for competition at his newly joined side KCCA FC at StarTimes Stadium Lugogo.
“I am ready for competition because I know without it in football you cannot progress.”
“The fans should expect a goalscoring player who also creates goals as they have come to know.”
Two seasons ago, the experienced forward scored 19 goals for the administrative side, and those exploits saw Yanga sign him but the 28-year-old did not replicate the form in the Mainland Premier League.
He and Yanga decided to end their association mutually as the club also dealt with their tough financial status back then.
Balinya’s move to KCCA is the latest exit made by a Gor Mahia star after goalkeeper David Mapigano joined Azam FC on a two-year deal after only a season with the Green Army.
He becomes the eighth signing for KCCA this season joining Ashraf Mugume, Brian Aheebwa and Charles Lwanga.
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Others include Stefano Mazengo Loro, Denis Iguma, Bright Anukani, and Samson Kigozi.
The Kasasiro Boys will be representing Uganda in the Caf Confederation Cup next season after finishing second in the abandoned 2019/20 season.
KCCA FC managed to get 50 points from the 25 matches played last season to finish second on the log.
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