The tag Milton Karisa has been the most talked about footballing product from the Eastern region on the domestic scene in the past 24 months.
Cherished by his parent club, BUL F.C and loyalists across the divide, Karisa is a darling to watch with fancy dribbles, ball retention abilities, crosses off his customary right wing and where it matters most, he has grabbed the goal.
On several occasions, he has been lured by rival clubs including SC Villa Jogoo and KCCA but in vain.
At long last, the exciting midfielder has left BUL football club during an epoch he was most needed (when the club is struggling for survival).
The 22 year old agreed personal terms with Vipers Sports Club and he has been one of the confirmed mid-season recruits in the usually silent January transfer window.
“We are yet to finish with the full details but he is with us,” Kenneth Muwanga, the club head of communications manager told Kawowo Sports when approached.
For the confidentiality clauses embedded in his employment contract, the time lag and financial nitty-gritty of the deal could be readily available.
Karisa is expected to be part of the team that will start training on Thursday with theory and talk sessions at St Mary’s Kitende before the gymnasium drills on Friday and Saturday ahead of the domestic second round of the league and the CAF Confederation Cup.
He joins a crop of players comfortable with the ball, with a big hope he will gel with the rest in a record time.
Vipers has already lost central midfielder cum defender Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, who put pen to paper at Nijmeh, a top flight Lebanese side.
The club has also signed another player, Moses Waiswa from Swedish side Voxjo.