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As Nsubuga plans to take wife, the power attacker, Josephine Nammanda, the Adeke sisters Irene and Vivian, Diana Agaba, Rachael Mugabi, Barbara Najuma and Maria Nanfuka together with Hellen Namazzi from the KAVC Veterans are likely to cross over.
Coach Nsubuga (C) with Nammanda after winning her trophy (Photo by New Vision)
“I believe in the way l have contributed greatly to KAVC,” Nsubuga who joined the side in 1999 said.
“After all that time of service, I have decided to move on and start a new life.”
“There is so much l want to do in terms of developing the game of volleyball, but have not been given a chance to do so there (KAVC)”, he added.
Though it is a big blow for the 43 year-old side, KAVC have given Nsubuga their blessings.
“No player is held under any obligation,” said KAVC president Mofaht Masaba.
“Players are free to move from KAVC to another club they please to join.”
“Formally, we are aware they are going and it’s good that KAVC continues to give birth to new clubs,” he added.
Though it looks like VVC is collecting ready players from all over the place, Nsubuga insists it’s not the case.
“We need players who will act as coaches and role models for the young talents we are trying to tap,” Nsubuga said.
Yet to find a permanent home, VVC are making Namboole stadium their main base.