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Sadam Juma, Mutyaba lead list of players set for KCCA exit



KCCA FC coach Mike Mutebi has reportedly decided to offload several players who will be replaced by young and ambitious players.

Mutebi confirmed the development during an interview with Daily Monitor

“We have already notified these players that they are not in our plans and we wish them well. It is only left to the club chief executive officer to give them farewell letters,”

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Mutebi told Daily Monitor.

Midfielders Muzamir Mutyaba, Sadam Juma, Jackson Nunda, Nicholas Kasozi, Simon Serunkuma, goalie Jamal Malyamungu and forwards striker Erisa Sekisambu and Sulaiman Mike Mutyaba are the players shown the exit.

Sadam Juma celebrating his iconic goal against Al Ahly at Namboole (Photo/KCCA)

Sadam, joined the lugogo based side from Express FC in 2017 on a three year employment contract but injuries have affected his stint at the club.

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Muzamir Mutyaba battling a Petro Atletico opponent

Mutyaba, a Maroons academy graduate, joined KCCA FC in 2015 after stints with now defunct SC Victoria University, Kampala University and Maroons FC. He has been one of the long serving players at the club.

Kasozi signed from bitter rivals SC Villa at the start of the 2018/19 season and won the Uganda Premier League title with the club in the same season. During his second season with the club, the defensive midfielder went AWOL due to misunderstandings between him and coach Mutebi.

Nicholas Kasozi

Mike Mutyaba was a key pillar for the 13 time Uganda Premier League champions during the 2018/19 league triumph. He is expected to officially announce his retirement from active football.

Serunkuma, the former Express FC and SC Villa winger joined KCCA FC from Tooro United at the start of the just concluded season but has struggled for form in the famous yellow and blue colours.

Sekisambu Erisa (Blue) versus Express left back Andrew Kiwanuka (KCCA Photo)

Sekisambu joined as a free agent after stints with Express FC, URA FC, SC Villa, Vipers SC and Gor Mahia on a one year employment contract at the start of last season.

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