Uganda Cranes head coach Johnathan McKinstry believes the level of service goalkeeper Denis Onyango has given the East African heavyweights is unparalleled.
The 35-year-old announced his retirement from the national team, bringing to an end his career at Cranes.
His recent involvement was in the Africa Cup of Nations Group B qualifiers.
The youthful tactician has now taken to his social media accounts to appreciate the Mamelodi Sundowns custodian for his services.
“Geoffrey Chaucer said ‘all good things must come to an end’ and so it has come that we bid farewell to Uganda Cranes and African football legend Onyango,” McKinstry said.
“The level of service and achievement you have provided to Uganda is unparalleled and we wish you every blessing available.”
“Chaucer said ‘All good things must come to an end”
“And so it has come that we bid farewell to Uganda Cranes & African football legend Denis Onyango.”
“The level of service & achievement you have provided to Uganda is unparalleled and we wish you every blessing available,” he added.
Onyango announced his retirement just days after another player Hassan Wasswa did the same.