Storm In KCCA As Strikers Vow To Quit


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Strikers who have failed to convince the coach to be given more playing time are the players in contest for release.

“It seems we are a surplus to the team and we may be sitting on our talents, so we need to move. In football, age will never wait for you, you do wait for another generation to get you there,” said one of the players in an interview.

Though coach George ‘Best’ Nsimbe has strikers like Eddie Mubiru, Mike Birungi and Julius Ogwang who are yet to have playing time with KCCA, he went on to use Jamal Salim (a goalkeeper) as a striker in a game KCCA lost to Proline.

This annoyed some of the strikers available hence they are willing to hand-in transfer requests after the first round of FUFA Super League.

”I am ready to hand-in my transfer request before the end of this month. I wish I can at least get a loan deal,” said a discontented player.

However, Nsimbe said he was not aware of the complaints from the players.

“I have no comment because I know nothing about that. I use players in accordance to their ability at the pitch,” Nsimbe stated.

Meanwhile, KCCA are 5th on the FUFA Super League table.

Nonetheless, they are the defending champions have scored more goals (26) than any other club this season.


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