Yassar Mugerwa Parts Ways With Orlando Pirates

Premier soccer league giants Orlando Pirates have officially released Yassar Mugerwa.

The Ugandan midfielder has struggled to find playtime at the Buccaneers with the situation worsened by the arrival of Coach Muhsin Ertugral.

Coach Muhsin left Mugerwa out of his squad for the team’s pre-season training camp in Potchefstroom and later put him up on sale.

On Tuesday, symptoms–7ea10aae09fd19486ca071ca380ce5b9.php his agent confirmed to South African media that the club had released him and was free to join any club.

Yes, we did receive the clearance from Pirates today (Monday). He is now free to join any team, ” Dennis Idrissa, the player’s agent told Kick off.

He added that, “It was a matter of the foreign space at Pirates. He remains grateful for the opportunity of playing for one of the biggest teams on the continent.”

Yassar joined the Bucs exactly a year ago from local tax collectors URA FC on a three and half deal.

He has previously played for sports club Victoria University and Nkumba in the university league.


Other Compatriots, Ivan Bukenya and Sula Matovu suffered the same fate at Kaizer Chiefs while Cranes Captain Geoffrey Massa moved to Baroka FC from Bloemfontein Celtics in search of playtime.

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