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Hannington Sebwalunyo quits Maroons with his next move uncertain.

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Goalkeeper,  Hannington Sebwalunyo has officially left the relegated side, Maroons Football Club and will not play for them in the upcoming FUFA Big league season, 2020/21.

Sebwalunyo was the first-choice goalkeeper at the Prisons sponsored club under Coach Douglas Bamweyena last season.

Hannington Sebwalunyo has used his official Facebook account to confirm his departure at Maroons FC and has gone ahead to thank his coaches, fans, teammates and Club at large for giving him the opportunity to play for them and wishes them the very best of luck.

“Today I say goodbye to the magnificent club as it’s Maroons Football Club (Uganda Prisons). Sebwalunyo Hannington wrote on Facebook account.

“I thank the club for helping me because a better and for making me feel at home during my stay at the club.”

“A year back, Maroons gave me an amazing opportunity to play for them and archived want we archived. After this I can only say thank you to the club coaching staff, the fans that supported me since the day I wore club’s jersey and of course thank you and good luck to my teammates who helped me settle in since day one not only as teammates but as friends.” He said.

“Today I say goody to Maroons but I take with me many memories, lessons and great moments that I will like with me forever.” He added.

“At last I wish Maroons FC success for the future and the club for giving me the opportunity to push on my career. ” Sebwalunyo concluded.

When this website contacted him about his next move,  Hannington Sebwalunyo felt uncertain about it.

But our sources have learnt that he could be heading to Uganda Revenue Authority Football Club.

Sebwalunyo joined Maroons FC  unsuccessful last season from BUL Football Club. And before joining BUL he had previously played for Makerere University Football team and won with them the inaugural  University Football league in 2013 before turning out for Ndejje University Football Club in Big league where he played for three seasons.

He also featured for Masaza Cup team Singo in 2013.

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