Muzamiru Mutyaba has ended his stay with the KCCA FC after six years with the club.
The Kasasiro boys confirmed the departure of the attacking midfielder in their Sunday weekly show. Mutyaba leaves KCCA after a successful spell that saw him win a call to the national team.
Following his arrival in 2014, Mutyaba was tasked with creating chances for the team and he did not disappoint as his artistry in the middle of the pack guided KCCA to 11 trophies and back-to-back continental football appearances during that time.
Mutyaba leaves KCCA after being part of the team that has won 4 Super Cups, 3 UPL titles, 2 Uganda Cups, 1 CECAFA Clubs Cup, 1 Super 8 Cup. This was alongside guiding the team to the CAF Confederation Cup group stage 2017 and CAF Champions League group stage 2018.
The 26-year-old confirmed his departure from the club on his twitter page with a gratitude message to the club. “After 5 years, I say goodbye to this beautiful club KCCA FC. The club has played a huge role in my development as a player and a human being. Thank you to everyone at the club. To the special memories we shared, it’s time to say goodbye to the club and fans. ThankYou All. #MM10,” Muzamiru said.
KCCA FC have been busy in the transfer market and will be hoping that the capture of Samson Kigozi can fill the void left by Muzamiru as Mike Mutebi aims at winning the Uganda Premier League next season.