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“We are looking ahead to see that our team performs better next season. We want to lift the premier league hence the need to re-brand the team by sweeping out all the players that have no productivity in the club,” reads the statement from AFC Leopards where Wagaluka has been playing.
Wagaluka wasn’t the only one sacked from this club.
“Do you think I am the only one released? Why don’t you ask the others who were sacked? I am a footballer who is still active,” Wagaluka told Chimpreports.
Meanwhile, another Ugandan, Ivan Anguyo, will soon part ways with Kenya Premier League champions, Gor Mahia, after failure to impress them this season.
The defender may join Nairobi City Stars immediately.
Daniel Sserunkuma who played a big role in Gor Mahia’s being crowned champions, has handed in his transfer request but the club is yet to grant him permission to leave.