Mutyaba's new contract will see him stay at the club until 2024
URA FC midfielder Julius Mutyaba has extended his stay with the Tax Collectors for the next three years, the club has confirmed.
The midfielder who has had four good seasons at the club since joining from Lweza Football club had run out of contract at the end of June 2021.
His new contract will see him stay at the club until 2024.
“I am so delighted that URA has entrusted me to continue serving at such a distinguished club. It was the best thing for me and the club to agree that I stay,” Mutyaba told the club’s media.
“The club has very big plans that I am part of, I renewed my contract to see that we finalize those plans. It’s unfortunate we narrowly missed out on the league title last season, but we are going to start from exactly where we stopped.”
Last season, the Tax Collectors finished second on the log with 57 points, a point below Express FC who were declared champions of the 2020/21 Season.
Known for his good ball distribution, commanding the midfield, Mutyaba’s stay is a big boost to a side that will compete in the CAF confederation Cup next season.
URA have reportedly acquired the services of Geoffrey Wasswa from SC Villa as they gear up for continental football next season.
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