Onduparaka mifielder Nathan Oloro has confirmed that he is leaving the Arua-based club.
He announced his departure through a Facebook post;
“I want thank everybody in ur respective capacities for the good and bad times we’ve had together as green family, but today I say goodbye to this wonderful club.”
He added, “I also want to thank the management and coaches for always pushing us.”
“And the players, you were just so amazing! And to the fans, you guys are the best in the,” Oloro concluded, wishing his former club all the best in the future.
Oloro joined The Caterpillars from then relegated Kitara as the club’s top scorer. The striker signed a two-year employment contract that would keep him at the club until 2023. He had an option to renew, but he didn’t, and opted out instead.
More players are set to leave Onduparaka following a forgettable season, in which they finished bottom of the UPL table with just 22 points from 28 games to be demoted to the second division.
Rodgers Okumu has already been confirmed as a new Arua Hill player, Norman Angufindru and Rashid Okocha are just some of the key figures at the club who are reportedly finalising their moves out.
Relatively, almost all the players Oloro joined Onduparaka with in 2021 will most likely have left the club by the start of the 2023/24 season.
Ivan Okello returned back to Blacks Power, Oscar Aluma is not heard of at the the club, meanwhile, Rashid Yakini and James Jarieko are both reported to be on their way out.