diagnosis http://cccnt.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/tribe/template/single_event.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 150%;”>Okhuti has not had his current contract extended, http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-9ff25d425bdc39e383903072defb5231.php whilst Oluseyi has had his terminated before its final year by the club citing under performance last season.
Okhuti has endured a torrid six-year spell at the club, only making a few substitute appearances in the last two seasons hence his offload.
Okhuti was predicted to have a bright future with the club in his early days after a successful spell at Ediofe Hills FC (Arua) back in the 2007-08 season, which saw him secure a two-year contract at Vipers (Bunnamwaya then).
He enjoyed his best spell at the club soon as he joined, scoring goals. He was however quickly frozen out of the first-team with the resurgence of Tonny Odur as Vipers’ first-choice striker.
Meanwhile, after former Cranes midfielder Owen Kasule received his release letter from URA, Vipers and other clubs have since expressed interest to sign him, however Kasule is said to be looking forward to joining Tanzania giants, Azam soon or later.
URA, this week also released players; Allan Owiny, Owen Kasule and Derrick Walulya as well as the head coach Paul Nkata to reinstate Alex Isabirye as their coach following a two year deal.