for sale http://cbpa.com/wp-admin/includes/theme.php geneva;”>The player whose contract was terminated by the Turkish club for disciplinary reasons later signed for Fufa Super League side KCCA FC on a two year contract only to be denied an International Transfer Certificate (ICT) by his former club.
“The rumors going around are not true. Everyone knows iam a professional footballer who goes by the regulations set by my club. If I had wanted not to return to Turkey I would talk to my bosses first. However I’m happy training with KCCA and I can’t wait to play on Friday in my first League game.” The former KCC FC footballer told reporters.
However in a twist of events, the FIFA players’ status committee wrote to Turkish FA General Secretary Prof. Dr. Alkin Hassan to avail the Ugandan midfielder with an ITC in a period of 12 days.
Wasswa was however provided with a temporary ITC after FIFA judge Chuck Blazer started further investigations into the matter.
When asked about his intended March 2013 transfer to South African ABSA Premier League club Free State Warriors, the talismanic Cranes midfielder intimated to us that the latest would be June or July because his focus now was on helping KCCA reclaim its pedigree by lifting the FSL title this season.
Similarly, FUFA spokesperson Rogers Mulindwa Wednesday morning told journalists in the weekly press conference that Hassan Wasswa has not been exonerated but investigations into the whole saga will continue under Judge Chuck Blazer until a final verdict is made.
He said that the temporary ITC is meant to help the KCCA midfielder keep playing competitively thus to Uganda’s advantage.