SINAN RAJUB SENOGA
Yasser Mugerwa has officially left Ethiopian top flight league side Shire Indaselassie Football Club.
The Uganda Cranes midfielder confirmed the exit via his Facebook page on Tuesday evening.
“Today I say goodbye to you, to a great club and of course to the amazing fans, I say goodbye with the serenity of someone who has given his all in every training session and in every game.
I wouldn’t want to end this without thanking everyone, employees, teammates, staff and fans for all your support, for your trust and for making me feel at home since the first day. Thank you. MY10″
Mugerwa was instrumental for Shire Indaselassie last season providing six assists and one goal in the 17 games played as they took a sixth place before the Ethiopian league was cancelled due to the pandemic.
Shire Indasilassie was Mugerwa’s third club in Horn of Africa nation having previously played for St. George and Fassil Kenema.
His departure comes a month after his compatriot Savio Kabugo mutually agreed to leave Sebeta Kenema FC who also compete in the same top-flight league.
Mugerwa has also previously played for Super Cubs, Nkumba University, SC Victoria University, URA FC and South Africa’s Orlando Pirates.
He is capped seven times with the national team The Cranes and was part of the squad that represented Uganda in the 2014 CHAN tournament in South Africa.
His next destination is still unknown having failed to reach a compromise with KCCA FC two months ago.