FUFA Women Super League (FWSL) defending champions Kampala Queens have confirmed the departure of two players ahead of the January transfer window.
Forwards Grace Aluka and Margaret Kunihira will all leave Uganda for club Ceasiaa Queens in Tanzania.
The Ugandan Queens of Soccer confirmed the development in two separate posts on their social media platforms on Saturday, December 16.
“Everyone at the Palace wishes you all the best. Thank You Grace for the memories, We wish you all the best in your next chapter at Ceasiaa Queens Football Club in Tanzania.”
“We wish you the best Kunihira Margret. Thank you for the amazing memories we have shared together! All the best at your new home Ceasiaa Queens Football Club in Tanzania.”
The club also communicated that goalkeeper Gloria Namakula “Zaza” will be out of action for two months after sustaining an injury on Friday afternoon during a friendly match at the MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo.
After she was rushed to hospital, the medical reports indicated that she got a grade 3 fracture in her right tibia and fibula bones, ruling her out ofr upto eight weeks.
Kampala Queens will be out of action, until in January when they have a number of five league fixtures lined up, starting with Kawempe Muslim on 3rd, Lady Doves on January 7th, She Maroons on 13th, Asubo Ladies on 17th and Wakiso Hill on 21st.