Muzamir Mutyaba is not the type that keeps the dressing room laughing but he certainly is the type that makes it count when it matters most in match situations.
“Fanta” short for Fantastic is how Mutyaba is fondly referred to by his peers, the awfully quiet creative midfielder has always marveled many with his touch on the ball no matter which side he’s on.
A Maroons FC academy graduate, Mutyaba joined KCCA FC in 2015 after stints with the now defunct Sports Club Victoria University, Kampala University, and Maroons FC.
It’s now five seasons with the Kasasiro boys and with his current two-year deal running out at the end of this season all signs indicate that the 28-year-old might just walk away for another challenge.
“I am still at KCCA FC until my current contract expires and to be honest, I am engaged in negotiations with the club. But I can assure you I am looking at other offers coming my way,” Mutyaba exclusively told Football256.
When contacted for a comment KCCA FC vice chairman Aggrey Ashaba was coy on the matter. “We shall let you know when we are done,” Ashaba said.
Mutyaba is fondly remembered for guiding the now defunct Sports Club Victoria University to the CECAFA Nile basin tournament in Sudan in 2014 under the tutelage of Morley Byekwaso the current KCCA FC assistant coach.
The midfielder has won three league titles, two domestic cups, a CECAFA Kagame Cup and most notably guiding his club to the group stages of the CAF Champions League and Confederations cup group stages.