Express Part Ways With Striker

Uganda Premier League side Express FC have agreed to mutually terminate contract with Striker Anwar Ntege, The-SportsNation can confirm.

Ntege leaves the Red Eagles with a year left on his contract, having joined the side on a two year deal last year in August.

Then, he had just ended his stay at Busoga United before sealing a move to Wankulukuku.

Ntege moved to Express, with the club hoping that the forward could ably fill the big boots of George Ssenkaaba and Eric Kambale who had joined URA and Al-Merrikh.

His stay at Express has not lived as advertised after scoring just four goals in the League campaign where the club finished 10th with 34 points.

Ntege who helped Ndejje in top flight promotion in the 2017/18 season, has also featured for URA, Busoga United and BUL.

Ntege is the latest player to leave Express, a side that has also lost captain Allan Kayiwa, Denis Otim, Joseph Dhata, Boban Zirintusa, Faisal Ssekyanzi, Joseph Akandwanaho among others.

The Red Eagles have already unveiled Seif Batte and Alpha Ssali, while Emmanuel Wasswa, Isaac Wagoina, Andrew Kawooya, Brian Majwega, Aaron Stuart Mutebi and John Asiimwe have also joined the Club.



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