Vincent Kayizzi was signed by KCCA FC from Express (Courtesy photo)
By: David Gombe
KCCA winger Kayizzi Vincent will know whether the club will offer him a new contract or not early this week.
Kayizzi signed a one year deal with the Lugogo based side in the transfer window of 2016 and his now out of contract at the club.
He has not enjoyed a great season at the club due to stiff competition from inform Paul Mucureezi, Allan Okello plus his misunderstandings with coach Mike Mutebi.
“I support KCCA FC and so i want to play football with this great club for another year, but it will depend on the club to decide whether my contract will be extended “.
On his misunderstandings with coach Mike Mutebi and the fall out between the two in Nigeria during the 2-1defeat to Rivers United in the CAF Confederations cup.
Kayizzi evading a challenge from Vipers’ Aggrey Madoi
“Personally i have no problem with the coach Mike Mutebi, though he seems not to trust me, but that’s human nature something that only God has control over.”
“In Nigeria like any other person i was emotional in the way we lost the game because we needed an away result to advance to the quarterfinals of the CAF Confederations cup and our major hope was in this particular game.”
He also talked about the departure of Geoffrey Sserunkuma, Tom Masiko and Ivan Ntege
“Sserunkuma has had a great season and so the club will miss him but Derrick Nsibambi can fill his void. Tom Masiko and Ivan Ntege have both been at the club for a longtime and they will be missed but that’s football today am here tomorrow in another destination.”
Kayizzi now awaits on the final statement from the club of either offering him with a new contract or letting him go.
Sources at the club reveal that some of the top officials want to offer him a one year contract extension though coach Mike Mutebi is not ready to continue with Kayizzi’s services.
KCCA FC has so far lost three key players in Geoffrey Sserunkuma who left on a free to Buildcon of Zambia, Tom Masiko left for Vipers and Ivan Ntege signed for Township Rollers of Botswana.
The future of Robert Ssentongo and Brian Majwega also remain uncertain with both players believed to have fallout with coach Mike Mutebi.