After signing for Police FC, goalkeeper Tom Ikara said that his intention is to help his newly joined club win titles.
Ikara signed for the ‘Cops’ on a two-year deal from KCCA FC despite being targeted by big clubs in the league.
“I’m going to do my best and put in a better performance than before,” Ikara said before adding.
“Police is a big team with history and I am happy to associate with it,” he added.
Tom Ikara snubbed big clubs
Despite being targeted by some of big clubs in the country, Tom Ikara decided to sign for Police FC.
Ikara was targeted by the newly crowned Ugandan Premier League (UPL) champions Vipers SC and Uganda Revenue Authority (URA FC).
“What I considered for signing with Police was the quality playing time that I expect to have than elsewhere.”
“I want to use this playing time to bounce back to the Uganda Cranes set up.”
“I want to be part of the competitive Police we know of with solid performances match after match,” he noted.
Tom Ikara previously featured for Busoga United and helped them get promoted to the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.
Due to superb performances at Busoga United, KCCA FC signed him in 2018.
However, he failed to get playing time at KCCA FC and decided to sign for Mbarara City on a loan deal last season.
Ikara becomes the third signing for Police FC as they target silverware next season.
They already acquired the services of experienced midfielder Tony Mawejje from Al-Arabi SC in Kuwait, and Hassan Muhamood from Onduparaka FC.
Meanwhile, midfielders Yusuf Ssozi and Johnson Odong have all renewed their contracts with the club.
The club hierarchy is setting their sight on winning major titles in the coming 2020/2021 season.
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