Ugandan Midfielder Joins Russian club, Kuban Krasnodar.


Uganda Cranes’ winger, Moses Oloya has joined Kuban Krasnodar, one of Russia’s oldest football clubs.

Oloya, who thrives best as an attack minded right winger is the first signing for the club’s newly appointed coach, Romanian Daniel Vasile Petrescu.

Hitherto the player was still contracted with the Vietnamese side, Becamex Binh Duong, the negotiation platform was fully utilized to see the gifted player realize the dream move.

The club official website, asserts Oloya will first play with the reserve team as he is been assessed fully before he is passed fit for first team football.

The Jinja born Footballer previously played at Kampala Capital City Authority football club in Uganda, he becomes the first African player to join the limited number of foreigners to join the side tagged as the Kubantsies and the Yellow-Greens.

Two Ukraine born players Ihor Zhurakhovskyi and Dmytro Shcherbak (both midfielders), as well as the goalkeeping duo of Dmitri Stajila and Yevgeni Frolov from Moldova are the five foreign players at the club.

Kuban Krasnodar beat two Japanese clubs to the signature of the roving winger after reportedly tabling a whooping $400,000 offer