By Morris Rawal
Sadat Anaku has been unveiled at Dundee United FC of the Scottish Premiership.
Sadat Anaku joins from KCCA FC.
He graduated from the KCCA FC Junior Team. With 83 goals in 52 games, he also holds the record for most goals scored in the FUFA Juniors League.
Anaku was promoted to the KCCA FC senior team in 2019, and in his debut season there, he scored 6 goals in 17 games.
Anaku scored 9 goals in 20 games during the 2020–21 season, and then 7 goals in 23 games the following year, in 202–22.
He has scored 22 goals in 67 games for the senior team of KCCA FC and 83 goals overall in 52 games for the youth team. With this goal, KCCA FC’s youth and senior teams have now combined for 105 goals in 119 games.
Anaku joins a football team in Scotland for the first time as a member of KCCA FC.
The Scotland’s City of Dundee is home to the Scottish professional football team Dundee United FC.
Dundee, often known as The Terrors or The Tangerines, was one of the original teams to play in the Scottish Premier League in 1998.
The club has won the Scottish League Cup twice in 1979 and 1980, the Scottish Cup twice in 1994 and 2010, and the Scottish Premier Division once in 1982/83. In 1983–84 and 1987, United made it to the UEFA Cup final, respectively.