KAMPALA – Jackson Nunda is no longer a KCCA FC player.
The midfielder who joined the Kasasiros in 2015 has leg the club as a free agent after running down his contract.
His departure was confirmed by the Lugogo based club on Thursday afternoon.
“Thank you for the 5 years of selfless service. We wish you the best in the future.” Read a massage from KCCA FC, shared on their social media platforms.
Nunda becomes the second player to officially leave this off sesson, following in the footsteps of Eric Ssenjobe who joined Police FC, last week.
Since joining KCCA FC in 2015, Nunda has gone on to win three League titles, two Uganda Cups, one FUFA Super 8 crown and a CECAFA Club cup.
He has consistently been troubled with injuries in his final three years, spending most of the time in the sick bay.
The 28 year old will always be remembered for scoring one of the goals of the 2018/19 season, when he effortlessly-dribbled past the entire Onduparaka FC defence plus the goalkeeper, before sloting into an empty net at Lugogo.
It is understood that URA FC have already expressed interest in signing Nunda who has also previously been at SC Villa.