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Revita confident boys will do the job after declaring his season is over

KCCA defender John Revita is confident the available teammates will do the job as the club looks to defend the league after he confirmed being out for the rest of the season.

The defender tore his ligaments in the 2-1 defeat away to URA and has since missed five games for the champions who sit second on the table.

“I have been told by the doctors that I tore my ligaments against URA and that will require surgery soon,” he told Monitor Sport.

“I had hoped to recover in time for the last five league matches and the Chan tourney but unfortunately, I can’t make it,” he added.

“I feel hurt for not being there for my club when they needed me most but I know it was God’s plan. I plan to bounce back stronger next season and start from where I ended.

“As I prepare to face the surgeon’s table, I’m confident that the defenders left at KCCA (Peter Magambo, Hassan Musana, Filbert Obenchan, Musa Ramathan and Samuel Kato) can step up and help the club fight for the title.

KCCA’s remaining five league games are SC Villa (away), Busoga United (home), Wakiso Giants (away), Onduparaka (away) and Bul (home).

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