Ugandan Midfielder Nicholas Kasozi has finalised his move from KCCA FC to Kyetume United on a permanent deal.
“KCCA FC and Kyetume FC have agreed terms for the transfer of midfielder Nicholas Kasozi,” a statement from KCCA read.
The player has brought an end to his spell at the Lugogo stadium after seeing out two years on the three-year contract he signed back in 2018.
Nicholas Kasozi, who went under the radar earlier this due to competition for places at the 2019 League champions, will be hoping he can rediscover his mojo that gets him vaunted as one of the best anchormen in the country.
Following kasozi’s absence from training for about two weeks, his now former boss Mike Mutebi claimed that he didn’t know where the midfielder was but he was sure that Kasozi’s absence was due to him fearing competition for places at KCCA FC. “There are players who are not used to competition but KCCA is a big club where each position has three players competing so he could have chickened out,” the outspoken boss said following a 0-0 draw with Proline earlier this year when he was asked about Kasozi’s absence.
Kasozi leaves after having won the Uganda Premier League, CECAFA Clubs Cup and two Super Cups with KCCA FC.