Goalkeeper Tom Ikara Leaves KCCA FC, Set For New Challenge

Goalkeeper Tom Ikara has left Uganda Premier side KCCA F ahead of new challenge.

The 13-time league champions have said “We wish you the best in the future” to Ikara on Tuesday after the expiration of his contract.

Ikara who joined KCCA FC from Kirinya Jinja SS FC in 2018, signed a two year deal with KCCA.

However, he has been frustrated by lack of playing time at the Lugogo based club.

Last season, he was loaned at Mbarara City FC and the club is among the favourites chasing his signature.

Ikara is also reportedly in advanced talks with Sam Ssimbwa’s URA FC.

At KCCA, Ikara has won one league title, Uganda Cup, Super Cup and Pilsner Super 8.

He is the second player to be released by KCCA FC after Jackson Nunda due to contract expiration.

Defenders Mustafa Kizza and Eric Ssenjobe have transfered to Montreal Impact and Police FC.

Mike Mutyaba confirmed retirement while Saddam Juma told this website that he has already headed out to seek for greener pastures.

Muzamir Mutyaba, Erisa Ssekisambu, Nicholas Kasozi, Jamal Malyamungu and Simon Sserunkuma are the other players that are expected to be released by Mike Mutebi.

KCCA FC have confirmed signing Italian Stefano Mazengo Loro, Bright Anukani, Denis Iguma, Ashraf Mugume and Charles Lwanga.

A deal with Pius Obuya has been agreed according to sources and the club is still linked with Brian Aheebwa and Isma Mugulusi while other club target Yusuf Ssozi has renewed his contract at Police FC.

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