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A week of impact for club-less Ugandan trio

By Brian Aheebwa

Three big-name Ugandan players have been without a club for quite a while and it has been hectic for themselves and the fans.

However, the above is now history given that the trio is finally off the street, and it has indeed been an impactful week. The players in question are Farouk Miya, Abdu Lumala, and Mustafa Kizza.

It all started with Miya on Wednesday, July 13 when he returned to Turkey joining second-tier division side Caykur Rizespor on a two-year contract.

Rizespor is the forward’s second club in Turkey having also plied his trade with Konyaspor in the Turkish Super Lig between 2019 and 2021.

Miya was released by Konyaspor in August 2021 and he spent five months without a club until he joined FC Lviv in Ukraine in January 2022.

Uganda Cranes’ forward Farouk Miya while still at Konyaspor / Konyaspor Image

His stay at Lviv was short-lived following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.

The 24-year-old returned to his native Uganda and even though he was not attached to any club, he played in Uganda Cranes’ opening two games in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

He played in both the 2-0 defeat and 1-1 draw against Algeria and Niger respectively, missing a penalty in the game against the Desert Foxes.

Miya went ahead and had an undesirable performance in the home game against Niger and the Ugandan faithful began questioning why he was summoned while he lacked club football.

On the other hand, Lumala also completed his move to Vipers SC on Friday, July 15.

Vipers’ new signing Abdu Lumala | Vipers Image

The 25-year-old last featured for Egyptian side Pyramid FC two years ago. His contract was terminated due to injuries.

He will now be playing in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League after penning down a three-year contract with the Venoms.

Lumala’s last involvement with the Uganda Cranes was in June 2021 in a friendly against South Africa.

He has since indicated that he has retired from international football because head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has not invited him.

We waiting to see if his move to St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende will act as a springboard for his return to the national team.

Meanwhile, Kizza signed a three-year contract with Portuguese Primeira Liga side FC Arouca on Friday.

Mustapha Kizza

He becomes the third Ugandan player to have ever plied trade in the Portuguese Primeira Liga, the others are Andrew Kizito Luwagga and Alex Kakuba.

Before the Arouca deal, the 22-year-old has also not had a club since leaving Major League Soccer outfit Montreal Impact in December 2021.

The Uganda Cranes left-back has not been called up for national duty since then and he will also be looking forward to impressing in Portugal to return to the Cranes team.

A fruitful week ended with Omar Salim Jamal Magoola’s move to DSTV Premier Soccer League debutants Richards Bay FC on Saturday, July 16.

Salim Jamal while training with the Uganda Cranes | Courtesy photo

The goalkeeper who has for long been frozen out of the Uganda Cranes team is the third Ugandan custodian that will be plying his trade in the South African PSL this season.

The others are Mamelodi Sundowns captain Denis Onyango and Ismail Watenga who spent last season on loan at Chippa United from Sundowns.

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