Muzamir Mutyaba bids farewell to KCCA FC

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Midfielder Muzamir Mutyaba has revealed his favourite moments as he bade farewell KCCA FC.

Mutyaba has left the club after five seasons with them and has singled out three specific moments he will remember fondly as a Kassasiro Boy.

“There are many moments of course,” Mutyaba was quoted by Football256.

“Apart from winning the 2017 Fufa Player of the Year award, winning the double in 2017.”

“And playing in the group stage of the Caf Champions League stand out for me,” he added.

Muzamir Mutyaba grateful of Mike Mutebi

The midfielder added that he is thankful for head coach Mike Mutebi for what he gave him while at KCCA FC.

“I have served KCCA FC for some good years and I won everything there is to win. So, I think it’s time I move on.”

“I thank coach Mike Mutebi because he gave me a platform to showcase my talent, for me that’s always important to highlight,” he noted.

Who is Muzamir Mutyaba?

Muzamir Mutyaba was born on October 10th 1993. He plays as an attacking midfielder for Uganda Cranes.

He kicked off his career at Maroons FC in 2011 where he played until 2012. He later joined Victoria University in 2012 and played for them until 2015.

In 2015, he signed for KCCA FC where he played until the end of the 2019/2020 season and it is yet to be known where he will move next.

He made his international debut for Uganda in 2014 and since then, he played 27 goals and scored four goals in the process.

At KCCA FC, he won three Uganda Premier League titles in 2015/2016, 2016/2017 and 2018/2019 seasons.

He also won two Uganda Cups in 2017 and 2018 as well as CECAFA Clubs Cup in 2019 and Pilsner Super 8in 2018.

Mutyaba also helped KCCA FC reach 2017 Caf Champions League preliminary round and 2018 group stages.

The Lugogo based club also reached the 2019 Caf Confederation Cup preliminary round.

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