Ugandan winger, Allan Katerega, has announced he won’t be playing for Ushuru FC in the 2016 Kenyan Premier League season.
The Ugandan endured a frustrating 2015 season with Ken Kenyatta’s side which he joined in January 2015. He was widely used as an impact player who came off the bench more often than he started, his season ending with a miserly three-goal return.
The former Tusker FC and Nakuru All Stars wideman confirmed on his official social media account that he won’t be wearing the Taxman’s stripped red and white jersey next season due to some unfulfilled pledges.
He said, “I have my goals for next season set so big, bigger than I am. So I had to make decisions bigger than life itself.
“I had wished to commit my future with Ushuru FC on request that some few things would change and be fixed as was promised but the management was not in position to do so, in which case I will have to look for life some place elsewhere.
“With great gratitude, love and affection thank God the management, technical bench and players of Ushuru FC for giving me an opportunity to ply my trade with them and duly wish them the best in the future.”
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