viagra 60mg http://danceexchange.org/wp-content/plugins/exploit-scanner/hashes-3.1.4.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>“We had decided to leave those issues to the Federation and thank God the player has been cleared,” said KCC coach, George ‘Best’ Nsimbe.
The goalkeeper was stopped from playing for KCC in the middle of last season following Express FC’s complaint alleging that together with Hashim Ssempala who was playing for BIDCO by then, Jamal had changed sides illegally.
According to FUFA Players’ Status Committee, Jamal’s career has been on the verge of burial hence prompting a quick processing of the pending issues to ensure the player’s return to the pitch.
The fracas started with Express FC’s claim that they never issued a release letter to the player as he was crossing from Red Eagles to yellow boys at Lugogo.
KCC claims to have given Julius Kavuma Kabenge money for the player’s transfer.
All the same, KCC has been ordered by the federation to pay Shs 3m to Express FC before the end of this week so that the FUFA Competitions Committee can license the player again.
Meanwhile, Nsimbe is confident that Jamal’s clearance is a big boost for the team which is preparing for CAF Champions League to be held next year.
Immediately after his clearance from the Federation, Jamal featured in yesterday’s FUFA Super League game as KCC battled Proline.
Though KCC lost 1-0, the player who is well known for expert goalkeeping, was given a striking role in this game.
In his highlights, Jamal played for Kampala Junior Team (KJT) in the Gothia cup in Sweden and helped them lift the trophy.
Jamal later left KCC for greener pastures in Sweden but was called back to the same team.