Winger Brian Majwega has confirmed his departure from URA FC.
Majwega published a farewell message dedicated to the Tax Collectors on his Facebook page on Monday.
He thanked the club for making him a ‘better’ footballer before wishing thesuccess in their future endeavours.
“Dear URA Football Club family, Today I say goodbye to a magnificent club as it is URA FC. I want to thank the club for helping me become a better footballer and for making me and my family feel wonderful during my time there. Read Majwega’s post.
“About two years ago URA, a club that will remain in my heart, gave me the amazing opportunity to play for it. And for me playing for such a huge club in our home league and almost putting our hands on the trophy was a dream come true.
“I can only say thank you to the club, to the fans that have supported me since the first day I wore this jersey and of course thank you and good luck to my team-mates and coaches who helped me settle in since day one not only as a teammates but as friends.
“Today I say goodbye to you but I take with me many memories, lessons and great moments that will live with me forever. It has been one of the best years of my football career.
“At last I want to wish URA FC many successes for the future and thank the club for giving me the opportunity to leave and have a new challenge in my career. Thank you with all my heart.”
Majwega, who joined URA FC in 2019, is out of contract after his two-year deal expired at the end of last season.
It is understood that the two parties held talks over a contract renew but nothing materialised.
The former Uganda Cranes international is tipped to be on his way to KCCA FC for a third stint.