‘Fantasista’ like he’s fondly known around his peers is a humble man, Muzamir Mutyaba on first look can never harm a fly but it’s now clear he just hurt many KCCA FC fans.
The creative midfielder who has been at Lugogo since 2015 has grown in stature, dominating the midfield and winning three league titles and two domestic titles. The 2017 FUFA player of the year says the time is now to move on.
“I have served KCCA FC for some good years and I won everything there is to win. So, I think it’s time I move on,” The soft-spoken midfielder told Football256.
Mutyaba is one of at least five players whose contracts have run down this season although Football256 has it on good authority that he was one of the players the club wanted to retain.
But the 27-year-old who has chosen to move on credits coach Mike Mutebi for giving him a platform to further develop his game.
“I thank coach Mike Mutebi because he gave me a platform to showcase my talent, for me that’s always important to highlight,” Mutyaba said before stating his favourite moments at the club.
“There are many moments of course, apart from winning the 2017 FUFA Player of the Year award, winning the double in 2017 and playing in the group stages of the CAF Champions League stand out for me.”
Mutyaba who has previously featured for Kampala University, Maroons FC and Sports Club Victoria University remains tight-lipped about his next destination although this website reliably understands that it won’t be in the Uganda Premier League.