Mike Mutyaba: KCCA FC Star Set To Retire Again

Uganda Cranes and KCCA FC attacker Mike Sulaiman Mutyaba says that he is contemplating about another retirement.

Mutyaba hang his boots in 2017 then at Express FC before plying his trade in Futsal where he later become a topscorer in the Futsal Super League.

Since his return, he has been an integral Pillar for KCCA FC including spearheading the club’s journey to a 13th league title.

His impressive display was awarded with a call up to the national team for locally based players.

He recently pulled out of the 2020 CHAN bound squad due to an injury.

In an interview with The-SportsNation, Mutyaba said:

“Its not an easy situation for me after an injury I picked up while at the national team during the CHAN preparation.

“The truth is I may not play football again but with the love from fans, I wouldn’t want to scare them now.”

Since his return to mainstream football in 2018, Mutyaba has been a darling to the KCCA FC fans.

Mike Mutyaba set to retire. FUFA photo

In his first season at the club he managed to score 10 league goals, three in Uganda cup and one in the cecafa kagame cup where KCCA FC came out victorious.

In the current season, he has managed to be on the score sheet seven times with a hat-trick against Onduparaka in the first round of the league

Mutyaba has played for Vipers SC, DR Congo’s TP Mazembe, Sudan’s El-Merrick and Express FC.

He also formed the Mutyaba Foundation that was intended to nurturing young talent.



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *