Former KCCA FC left-back Mustafa Kizza has parted ways with his Canadian outfit, CF Montreal, a month to the expiry of his contract.
The developments were confirmed in the player’s post on his social media platforms, as he bade farewell to the team on Wednesday.
“Thank you for everything CF Montreal, it has been a pleasure,” partly reads his Twitter post before adding.
“It was an honour to play under a coach like Thierry Henry, all the other coaches and my amazing teammates. All the people who work at the club behind the scenes who have done so much to me- thank you.”
The 22 year old made the move to the Canadian side in 2020 in a big move and instantly established himself under then head coach Thierry Henry.
However, the youngster fell out of favour ever since Wilfred Nancy took over coaching duties in January 2021, limiting his appearances, forcing him to the bench and out of matchday squads.
Overall, since the move last year, Kizza has managed 20 official outings for the side, a relatively disappointing return, given his potential.
With the side, Kizza won the Canadian championship in 2021, his first and only title since making the move.
Details of his next move are yet to be revealed. It is still not certain about whether he will find another club abroad or he will make a return to his native, Uganda.
The Uganda Cranes international is a KCCA Junior team product and he enjoyed most of his biggest success with the Lugogo based side between 2017-2020.