Mike Mutyaba Makes Shocking Move to Express Fc

After enduring a over twelve hours of waiting, cure the Uganda Cranes squad headed for Malawi friendly have finally departed Entebbe airport enroute to Blantyre city, find Malawi, via South Africa.

The flight, SA 161, was earlier delayed forcing the team to postpone their flight from 5:00am to 7:00pm on Sunday.

Despite the challenges faced today the team is focussed and seeking glory for the nation as one of the superstars, says Erisa Sekisambu.

“The team is focused though we had inconveniences in travelling we are ready to give in what we can to get good result away for our nation,” the Uganda cup MVP confidently told ChimpSport before boarding the South African airline.

The squad entirely comprises the youthful under 23 team preparing to clash with Egypt on July 18th for a place in the Africa youth championships in Senegal later in the year.

Full squad;

James Alitho, Mathias Kigonya, Deus Bukenya, Brian Ochwo, Ibrahim Kiyemba, Richard Kassaga Juuko, Shafiq Bakaki, Derrick Tekkwo, Keziron Kizito, Martin Kiiza and Abel Eturude.

Others are Farouk Miya, John Ssemazzi, Fahad Muhammed Hassan, Taddeo Lwanga,  Sekisambu Erisa, Sentamu Junior Yunus and Umaru Kasumba.


Leader of Delegation -Darius Mugoye

Head Coach- Sredojevic Milutin

Assistant coach- Frank Anyau

Goal Keeper trainer- Fred Kajoba

Team Physician- Yahaya Katumba

Team Media Officer – Hamza Nsereko

Team Coordinator -Faisal Muhammed

FUFA Delegate- Ayub Khalifan

FUFA Secretariat staff -Richard Ssemanda Nadigobe
Former Tp Mazembe, viagra 40mg El Merreikh and Uganda Cranes mid maestro, here Sulaiman ‘Mike’ Mutyaba has made a shock transfer move from League champions, buy Vipers SC to Express Fc.

The tricky midfielder, who has served Vipers for over eleven years, revealed the developments on one of his social media accounts in a heartfelt post.

“Am happy to announce that I will be playing for express football club next  season…big thanks to st mary’s (Kitende) and vipers family U guys are the best, thanks for making me feel at home, Mr Mulindwa, club officials, coaches and fellow players,” Mutyaba posted.

Express fc has experienced a massive player exodus recently including the duo of Shafik Bakaki and John Ssemazi who have joined Vipers SC. The constructive playmaker has won two league titles (2010 & 2015) with the Buikwe giants and was not short of praises despite his exit.

“The 11 years I have spent with U guys will always be my greatest adventure, from a poor and helpless young boy into a gamble and responsible man. There is no way I can thank U Mr Mulindwa for loving me. Wish U guys all the best in the coming tournaments and thanks once again.”

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