Uganda Cranes midfielder Tony Mawejje has completed his move to Uganda Premier League side Uganda Police Football Club on a two-year deal.
Mawejje rejoins Police after being clubless since 2019 when he terminated his contract with Al-Arabi SC of Kuwait. He was part of the Police squad between 2006 and 2007.
The 33-year-old experienced versatile midfielder has played for more than 10 clubs in his career spanning over a decade.
Mawejje started playing football in 2004 at Kampala City Council FC, now KCCA FC, until 2005 before he joined Police Jinja for a stint that lasted about two years.
In 2008, Mawejje joined Uganda Revenue Authority (URA FC) and left in 2009 for IBV Vestmannaeyjar and the club became his first foreign team.
Mawejje spent a long time with the Icelandic club compared to the rest of the other clubs he has featured for. He made 106 appearances and scored 10 goals.
The midfielder joined Golden Arrows of South Africa in 2012 on loan, made an appearance, and scored no goal before returning to Europe and this time around joined a Norwegian club Haugesund but made no appearance at all in 2014.
He then joined Valur of Iceland on loan again in the same year, where he played for 11 games and scored a goal. Mawejje joined Protur, his third Icelandic club, from 2015 to 2017, and played in 16 games but did not manage to find the back of the net.
In 2017 to 2019, Mawejje left for KF Tirana of Albania and played a combined 52 matches and scored two goals.
He had a short stint with Al-Arabi SC before he severed the association, meaning he has been clubless since last year.
Mawejje has appeared 83 times for Uganda Cranes, having scored 8 goals.