Nigerian striker John Odumwegu has mutually parted ways with 13-time Uganda Premier League Champions, Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC).
Odumegwu joined the Kasassiro Boys in June last year but failed to command a starting position upfront.
KCCA Football Club acting CEO, Michael Kirunga confirmed the decision as quoted via the official club website.
“Yes, it is true the club has mutually agreed with Odumegwu to terminate his contract. We thank him for his time at the club and wish him the very best in his future,” Kirunga noted.
Odumwegu had played for Rivers United before sealing the KCCA move as a replacement for Patrick Kaddu who joined RS Berkane in Morocco.
Last season, he scored only one goal from the 13 appearances for KCCA FC as the team finished 2nd on 50 points.
Other players that have left the Lugogo outfit include Erisa Ssekisambu, Jackson Nunda (URA), Saddam Juma, Tom Ikara (Police), Eric Ssenjobe (Police), Jamil Malyamungu, Mike Mutyaba (retired), Mustafa Kizza (Montreal Impact).
However, Andrew Kawooya, Moses Kalanzi, Juma Balinya, Dominic Ayella (Promoted), Samson Kigozi, Brian Aheebwa, Bright Anukani, Denis Iguma, Stefano Mazengo Loro, Charles Lwanga and Ashraf Mugume have all joined the club in this window.