Left-back cum winger Brian Majwega has bid farewell to Uganda Revenue Authority Football Club (URA FC) after two years at the club.
The player took to his official Facebook page to pen down an emotional message, thanking the Tax Collectors.
“Today I say goodbye to a magnificent club as it is URA FC. I want to thank the club for helping me become a better footballer and for making me and my family feel wonderful during my time there, ” Majwega noted before adding, “About two years ago URA, a club that will remain in my heart, gave me the amazing opportunity to play for it. And for me playing for such a huge club in our home league and almost putting our hands on the trophy was a dream come true.”
In the same statement, Majwega also lauded the fans, coaches and teammates.
“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 and coaches who helped me settle in since day one not only as a teammates but as friends.Today I say goodbye to you but I take with me many memories, lessons and great moments that will live with me forever. It has been one of the best years of my football career.” He stated.
The message comes at a time when the player is heavily linked with a return to KCCA FC for a third stint with reports indicating he has already signed a two-year deal.
Majwega before joining URA FC had played with Tanzanian outfit Azam FC and Maroons FC in Uganda.