KCCA FC gifted left winger Brian Majwega has issued an apology to the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) in a bid to return to the national team.
Majwega has not been seeing eye to eye with the Federation over the years over uncleared arrrears to players which saw him dropped from the National team for over a decade.
“I hereby humbly and from the bottom of my heart write sending sincere apology for the above mentioned matter,” Majwega wrote to FUFA Boss Moses Magogo in regards to his misconduct.
“Indeed, there is a lot of things said and done by me and I take responsibility for them and any damages such as misconduct that might have caused, I would like to beg for pardon and forgiveness from you sir for anything wrong I said and did. I promise not to repeat them again.
“I am looking forward for another chance to work hard, faithfully and hand in hand with the Federation of Uganda Football Association and nation at large for the betterment of our Ugandan football.
“I will be very glad incase my apology is considered and given another chance to serve.”
Majwega earlier expressed his gratitude via social media on the appointment of Uganda cranes coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredjovic whom he described as his ‘Football Father’ and welcomed him back to the National team for his second stint.
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