After a year with Crystal Palace LFC, Jean Sseninde has left the South-East London club.
This was confirmed through a post on her social media platforms in which she thanked the South London FA Women Premier League club.
“Playing at Crystal Palace was the best time of my Career, read the post on Jean’s Instagram page.
“I wanted to challenge myself and i did just that.
“Learned lots of lessons, improved as a player and more importantly, am a much better person now.
“Massive thanks to all the coaches, players, family and friends who offered endless support throughout.
“Looking forward to the next chapter.
Jean Sseninde Namayega joined Palace from fellow London side Queens Park Rangers WFC last year.
She has previously played for London Phoenix Ladies FC and the Charlton Athletic Women’s Football Club.
She left for the United Kingdom upon finishing her studies at St. Marys Kitende and with help from former Crested Cranes coach Majida Nantanda, Jean was recommended her for professional football in England.
She was part of the team that finished fourth in the 2016 CECAFA Women Cup that was held at the FUFA Technical Center in Njeru and she currently runs several charitable organizations in the country.
Through her foundation-Sseninde Women Development Football Cup, she is hosting a football tournament next month.
The tournament is aimed at unearthing raw talent that has not got a chance to be exposed and it is going into its third year.
With her time at Crystal Palace LFC ending, it remains to be seen where she heads next but now that she has a coaching license, a coaching role could as well be on the cards.