Steven Sserwadda leaves New York Red Bulls after two years

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David GOMBE

New York Red have parted ways with Uganda Cranes midfielder Steven Sserwadda.

Sserwadda joined the MLS side in July, 2021 on a two year employment contract.

The Ugandan midfielder Steven Sserwadda was handed an MLS contract by New York Red Bulls in 2022 after impressing with the club’s reserve team where he played 14 games in the USL Championship.

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In April this year, Sserwadda underwent a successful surgery to repair a torn medial collateral ligament in his right knee. The injury ruled him out for five months.

Sserwadda joined During his time with New York Red Bulls II, Sserwadda made 14 USL Championship appearances for the club.

During the 2021 AFCON U-20 tournament in Mauritania, Sserwadda scored two goals in the process as Uganda Hippos finished runners up behind eventual winners Ghana.

At KCCA FC, Sserwadda won the Cecafa Clubs Cup, and one Uganda Premier League, two Super Cups as well as a Super 8 cup.

Frank Ssebufu and Ibrahim Kasule are the two Ugandans left at New York Red Bull.

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