Two days after signing for KCCA FC, former SC Villa midfielder Allan Kyambadde has come out and explained why he left the 16 time record league champions.
During an exclusive interview with PML Daily, the Uganda Cranes player said that KCCA FC was an offer too good to turn down especially after all that has been happening at Villa Park.
“I left Villa because things were no longer straight at the club, said Kyambadde.
“Honestly, everything was not good so i had look for greener pastures.
“When KCCA came calling, it was an offer too good to turn down.
“They (KCCA FC) are every Ugandan footballer’s dream because of the organization and everything the club has to offer.
“I am delighted to be joining a club that is moving forward and it’s now up to me to play good football and earn a place in the first team.
“The prospect of playing continental football again was also mouthwatering for me, continued Kyambadde.
“I played it (continental football) at Vipers a few years ago and felt i needed more of the same.
Kyambadde signed a two year contract with KCCA FC on Tuesday, joining his former captain Bernard Muwanga at the reigning Uganda Cup champions.
He is the latest star to depart Villa Park this off season after Muwanga, Godfrey Lwesibawa, Mahad Yaya, Musa Mukasa, Vitalis Tabu, John Adriko, Abel Eturude and Ibrahim Kiyemba all left for greener pastures.
It is also believed that right back Joseph Nsubuga is currently in South Africa on trials with a unnamed club and may soon become the lastest player to complete his move away from SC Villa.
Villa is a club that seems to be in shambles lately as players continue departing and management issues look miles away from being sorted after former President Ben Misagga threw in the towel.
They are also without a coach after Wasswa Bbosa’s contract expired and the fromer Express FC tactician opted for Soana FC as his new home.
Kyambadde’s decision to sign with KCCA FC only strengthens their options as they have already signed gifted play-maker Gift Ali from Proline.
With Ali, Muzamir Mutyaba, Allan Okello, Ibrahim Saddam Juma and Jackson Nunda already at KCCA, it will be tough for Kyambadde to break into the first team but those that have watched him play clearly know that he is one to offer the rest intense competition for a starting slot.