Midfielder Hakim Ssenkumba has expressed his sadness at leaving KCCA FC blaming his departure on head coach Mike Mutebi.
The robust holding midfielder took to social media to spill the beans on how a misunderstanding between him and head coach Mike Mutebi could have led to his exit.
“It is a strange feeling for me to think that I will not be a KCCA FC player in the next round of the league, what is ed http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/file.php ” wrote Ssenkumba.
“I wanted to do more for the club but it did not happen due to some misunderstanding with the coach, page http://certoclear.com/wp-includes/pluggable-deprecated.php ” he added.
Ssenkumba is one of the several players that KCCA FC sent out on loan to relegation threatened Police FC at the start of the January mid-season transfer window.
The other players include Paul Willa, more about Martin Mpuuga, Brian Ochwo and Ssaka Mpiima among others.
The misunderstanding stems right from last season when Ssenkumba went against the coach’s wish to join The Saints FC on loan and opted to stay at Phillip Omondi stadium.
Since then, the combative midfielder has failed to command a starting slot on the team and even the few games he played in the first round, he was played out of position in most cases used as a makeshift defender.
A reliable source revealed that Ssenkumba signed a new contract at the start of the season but against the Mutebi’s wish.
“He renewed his contract for two years but against the coach’s wish who wanted him out,” intimated the source who preferred anonymity.
Ssenkumba joined KCCA FC in 2013 helping the club win two league titles in the three years he has been at the club.