Muzamiru Mutyaba’s five-year spell at 13-time national champions, KCCA, has come to a close.
The midfielder was deemed surplus to requirements by KCCA manager Mike Mutebi because of his apparent decreased productivity.
Mutebi also thought it time to let go of the 26-year-old so as to Usher in youngsters.
“We have brought in Samson Kigozi, Stefano Mazengo Loro and Ashraf Mugume to reinforce our midfield and we trust in them,” Mutebi explained.
Commenting on his departure, Mutyaba, who joined KCCA in July 2015 alongside Mutebi, exhibited grace.
“To the special Memories we share, it is time to say goodbye to the club, media, coaching and non coaching staff, fans and well wishers you will still hold a special place in my heart,” he posted on his social media.
“It is time to follow the team as a fan maybe in the future we will meet again.”
Although he has been on the sidelines of the senior national team, Mutyaba won three league titles, two Uganda Cup trophies and Cecafa Kagame Club Cup with KCCA.
He also won the 2017 Airtel Fufa Male Footballer of the Year.