Former KCCA FC midfielder Muzamiru Mutyaba has inked a farewell message to the club and fans.
This comes after the club confirmed his departure following a five-year spell at Lugogo.
He was the longest serving player at the club.
“After five years, I say goodbye to this beautiful club, Ever since I donned the KCCA FC jersey felt home,” Mutyaba wrote before on his Facebook.
“The club has played a huge development in me both as a player and human being. Thank you to everyone at the club.”
Mutyaba joined KCCA FC in 2015 from defunct Victoria University on a three years contract before his contract renewal in June 2018 for two years.
“To the special Memories we share, its 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.”
“Its time to follow the team as a fan maybe in the future we will meet again.”
The midfielder’s stay at KCCA FC has seen him win three UPL trophies, two Uganda cup trophies as well as the 2019 CECAFA Kagame club cup.
He was named the 2017 Airtel FUFA Male footballer of the year, beating Taddeo Lwanga and Geoffrey Sserunkuma.