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Budding forward Catherine Nagadya’s three clubs transfer dilemma

by Geoffrey Mugabi
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The Uganda U20 Women National Team, the Queen Cranes forward Catherine Nagadya is a player of four different clubs.

Currently, with the FUFA Women Super League side Uganda Martyrs LWFC, the forward has three more clubs with her signature.

The 18 years old player was on 11 April 2023 unveiled in America at Campbellsville University Women’s Soccer.

“We’re excited to welcome Catherine Nagadya to our Fall ’23 roster. We can’t wait to get started,” reads the official Instagram page of the institute.

The teenager agreed to terms with Campbellsville University Women’s Soccer and signed the online documents to join them, on the 6th of August this year.

But, two weeks ago, Nagadya also agreed personal terms to join the America-based team at Hutchinson Community College on a full scholarship.

The two above America-based teams Campbellsville University Women’s Soccer and Hutchinson Community College are expecting Nagadya in August.

The other side with the Martyrs captain’s signature are the local League champions Kampala Queens, a side she penned down a two-year contract with.

It is rumoured that Queens used National team call-ups plus sign-off fees to make her sign unlike the two universities abroad.

Campbellsville only had a full scholarship package and allowances on the table for Nagadya.

Nagadya has a running contract with Uganda Martyrs LWFC

All the above-mentioned teams approached Nagadya secretly to join them despite her and Martyrs having a running contract.

The 2019 FUFA Women’s Cup winner renewed her contract with Martyrs last year when she was 17 years old.

It is this loophole other clubs have used to encroach on the Martyrs star player but your guess dear reader about her next destination is as good as ours.

Nagadya scored 7 goals and registered 12 assists in 17 games of the 2022/23 FUFA Women Super League, the most goal-involvements by a player in fewer games.

The pacy forward helped her team to finish third in the league and to reach the final of this year’s FUFA Women’s Cup.

This Saturday, she will lead her side as they take on She Maroons in Kumi to determine the winner of the 2023 FUFA Women’s Cup.

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