Kezroni Kizito bids farewell to KCCA FC.


Uganda Cranes midfielder, Kezroni Kizito has said goodbye to 13 times league Champions KCCA FC.

The 24 year old midfielder has used his Facebook page to bid farewell to the club he joined two years ago.

Midfielder Kezironi Kizito has left KCCA FC after two seasons.

The former Vipers SC playmaker confirmed he was leaving the club through a post on his Facebook page on Wednesday, July 06.

“I say goodbye to a magnificent club as it is Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club. Said Kizito in along post on his Facebook page.

“I want to thank the club for helping me become a better footballer and for making me and my family feel at home during my time here. He added.

“About two years ago KCCA FC, a club that will remain in my heart, gave me the amazing opportunity to further my career. And for me playing all the games I did was a honour and blessing.

“After this year I can only say thank you to the club, to the fans that have supported me since the first day I wore this jersey and of course thank you and good luck to my team-mates, who helped me settle in since day one not only as a teammates but as friends. Today I say goodbye to KCCA FC but I will take with me many memories, lessons and great moments that will live with me forever. It has been one of the best couple of years of my football career.

“At last I want to wish KCCA FC many success for the future and thank the club for giving me the opportunity to gladly move on. He concluded.

Kizito joined KCCA FC in 2019 from Indian Super League club, Kerela Blasters on two year contract and made his debut in October that year against Tooro United FC.

He joins other two players who have already left the ‘Kasasiro Boys’ and included Moses Kalanzi and Filbert Obenchan.

Kezironi has previously played for Vipers SC were he won his first league on his maiden season in top flight league 2014/15 and in 2017 left to join Kenya’s giant AFC Leopards


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