Kateregga quits Erbil SC

Uganda Cranes left-footed midfielder Allan Kateregga has left Iraqi Premier League side Erbil SC following the expiry of his one-year contract signed in 2019.

Dancing Rasta as he’s commonly known by his peers confirmed the development via his Instagram page on Friday morning thanking the club for giving him the opportunity to play in Iraq.

“I wish to take this opportunity to thank the management of Erbil Sports Club for the opportunity to be part of such a historical club.”

“As my contract comes to an end i wish everyone at the club the best of luck in the future,” Kateregga posted on Instagram.

Kateregga joined Erbil in September 2019 shortly after representing Uganda in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.

The 26-year-old has been summoned for the Uganda Cranes double header against South Sudan in November. He was part of the Cranes squad that took part in a training camp held in Dubai earlier in October.

Kateregga started his senior career at the now defunct Sports Club Victoria University in 2012, before joining 11-time Kenyan Premier League champions Tusker FC. He also briefly played for former KPL side Ushuru FC.

In the 2014/15 season, he returned to the Ugandan Premier League with Jinja-based side BUL FC, before making a return to Kenya.

On his return to Kenya he was signed by the 13-time KPL champions AFC Leopards where he lasted from 2015-2017.

He once again returned home joining KCCA FC and guiding them to the 2017 league crown.

In 2018 he was on the move again, this time signing for Premier Soccer League side Cape Town City in South Africa who loaned him out to Maritzburg United for the 2018/19 season. 

He rejected another loan move from Cape Town, choosing to sign for Erbil SC as a free agent. 

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