Willy Kyambadde (L) in action for Bright Stars. Monitor photo
Former KCCA and Express FC midfielder Willy Kyambadde has appealed for financial assistance from fans, friends and well wishers.
Kyambadde was diagnosed with Liver problem at Rugaba hospital last Saturday.
While talking to UG Sport, Kyambadde said that the most urgent help needed is money to clear the hospital bill.
“I feel a slight improvement,” Kyambadde noted. “But we expect a high bill, this is Rubaga, and they have given us a three-month treatment.
“I just want to call upon fans, friends and everyone who has anything to help me.”
Since the death of former Uganda Cranes captain Jimmy Kirunda in May, the state of former players has been a talk on most platforms.
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Obadiah Semakula and Andrew Fimbo Mukasa are some of the ex players who have come out to ask for help.
Kyambadde’s football career came to recognition when he joined Express FC in 1995 from Arua Young.
He later moved to KCCA FC in 2000 before a u-turn to Wankulukuku in 2002. He later sought for green pastures in Vietnam and signed for Dongtan long An FC in 2004.
Kyambadde also played for Jomo Cosmos, Proline before ending his career with Bright Stars FC in 2012 which was a big league side then.
He was part of the U23 nation team which reached in the semifinals of All African games in 1999 in South Africa.