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Daphine Nyayenga Completes Move to B93 Boldkluben from She Corporate FC

by Geoffrey Mugabi
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Goalkeeper Daphine Nyanyenga has completed a move to Danish Club B93 Boldkluben from Uganda’s She Corporate FC.

The partnership between She Corporate FC and B93 Boldkluben continues to yield success as goalkeeper Daphine Nyayenga becomes the third player to join Danish side from the Sharks.

Goalkeeper Vanessa Karungi and midfielder Phiona Nabbumba left She Corporate FC to join B93 Boldkluben in 2021 and 2023 respectively.

However, later this year Vanessa Edith Karungi switched to topflight club FC Nordsjælland.

Nyayenga, left Uganda U-20 Women’s National Team Camp on Thursday ahead of her Sunday trip to Denmark to join her new club.

Recently, Nyayenga extended her stay at She Corporate FC but she had already agreed terms with B93 Boldkluben waiting for deal to materialize.

It is reportedly that Nyayenga signed a two-year employment contract with the Danish out-fit.

B93 Boldkluben are currently second on table with same points (14) as table leaders Odense Q, with only goal difference separating the two.

Daphine Nyayenga’s player profile

The goalkeeper, who joined the Sharks from Uganda Martyrs Lubaga WFC in 2022, helped She Corporate FC to lift their maiden FUFA Women Super League title in 2021/22 season.

Nyayenga was also named the best goalkeeper of that season, where she managed to keep 12 clean sheets from 16 games.

The teenager was also part of the Lady Doves squad that won bronze in the 2021 inaugural CAF Women’s Champions League Zonal Qualifiers that was held in Kenya.

Nyayenga rose to scene in 2019 when she helped the Uganda U-17 Women National Team to win the COSAFA and CECAFA titles in Mauritius and Uganda respectively.

In 2021, Nyayenga was also named the best goalkeeper in the CECAFA U-20 Women’s Championship when Uganda finished second behind Ethiopia.

Nyayenga has previously played for Kakungulu Memorial, Rines SS, Uganda Martyrs, Lady Doves and She Corporate FC.

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