Mbarara City FC Captain Hillary Mukundane has expressed mixed emotions after the departure of Ibrahim Orit to Vipers.
The Ankole Lions, who lost Paul Mucureezi after the first round of last season, may also see Brian Aheebwa leave the club as well.
“Its everyone’s dream to go for greener pastures so as a captain I am happy for Orit and I wish him the best of luck though it hurts to lose a good player like him,” Mukundane told this website.
“But all in all, every player has a right to leave or stay at the club.”
“Mbarara has many good players who who can fit in Or it’s shoes. And its the work of the administration to convince players to stay, so as the players, we have done our job.
“Fans should still expect the winning and stronger Mbarara City FC come next season.”
Mukundane’s future at the Mbarara also seem uncertain as the centre back remain linked to top clubs in the country.
“All I can say is that I am still a Mbarara City player because I still have a running contract with the club.,” Mukundane added.
Mbarara, funded by Hon Mwine Mpaka and coached by Brian Ssenyondo, finished 7th on the table with 36 points from 25 games.