Paul Mucureezi confirms leaving Kitara after Uganda Cup final tie this Saturday

Paul Mucureezi has confirmed he will leave Kitara FC after the Uganda Cup final on Saturday against NEC FC.

The attacking midfielder made the announcement on his social media platform.

The former KCCA FC, Mbarara City FC and Vipers SC midfielder joined the royals in the January transfer of 2023.

He was part of the squad that led Kitara FC back to top flight.

Through a video interview, Paul Mucureezi said as bellow.

“To all the fans of Kitara, it’s been an amazing time with you. I am so delighted to have been a player of this great club.

The atmosphere at the club has been so amazing. I will move with all the memories we have shared because they were all amazing. I am so humbled having played for this club. It will always be a club loved by my family and me.

Kitara will always be home and I will have the club at heart. Thank you so much for everything, I call upon all fans to turn up in big numbers as we fight for the Uganda Cup at Wankulukuku.” Mucureezi.

Kitara FC finished 4th on 54 points in the concluded Uganda premier League season, just three points behind eventual winners SC. Villa on 57.

His last game for the club will come this weekend, 25th May 2024 as Kitara lock horns with NEC FC in the Uganda Cup final at Wankulukuku. It will be a perfect send-off for Mucureezi if Kitara manages to beat NEC on the day.

In his sixth Uganda Cup final, Mucureezi will be eyeing to win his fourth Uganda Cup.

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