Uganda Premier League side Vipers SC have confirmed the departure of goalkeeper Bashir Ssekagya and former vice captain Abraham Ndugwa.
The duo leave the Venoms after expiry of their employment contracts.
The two joined the four-time Uganda Premier League champions in 2018. Ssekagya came from UPDF FC while Ndugwa came from Masavu FC.
The two players put pen to paper on three-year contracts then and have both been instrumental to the club’s success during their stay with the Venoms.
“Bashir Ssekagya, Abraham Ndugwa have now left Vipers SC following the end of their contracts. Vipers wrote on their official club website
The duo leave having managed to win a Uganda premier league tittle, a Pilsner Super Eight tournament title and a Uganda cup.
Goalkeeper Ssekagya has however spent only two years of the three with Vipers having been sent on a season long loan to Proline FC during the 2019/20 campaign.
The Venoms finished third in the prematurely concluded Uganda Premier League season coming third best to rivals URA FC and the eventual champions Express FC.
They have since petitioned the FUFA Competitions committee for an extension in the resumption dates for the Semi-finals of the stanbic Uganda Cup.
According to reports, Vipers are set to announce KCCA FC manager Mike Hillary Mutebi as their new head coach.