Uganda Premier League side, Vipers SC continue to work behind the curtains in line with laying strategies on how to get even better come 2020-21 season. And this has left four of its major players laid off and they faced exit from the club.
Brian Nkuubi, Frank Tumwesigye, Farouk Musisi, and Derrick Ochan have left Uganda Premier League (UPL) champions, Vipers SC before the start of 2020-21 season.
“Thanks to Vipers SC for the five fruitful years I have been with you. I shall keep the memories forever.” Nkubi emotionally confirmed his departure from St.Mary’s Stadium. The former Kira Young FC midfielder is expected to hunted by a number of UPL sides. In addition, most notably URA who have been hurting his precious signature for so long.
The development comes after the Club’s acquisition of new players hence releasing these to create space for the new Venoms. In addition, to showcase what they can to the reigning champions. Nkuubi has won two league titles, one Uganda cup. Also, as well as one pilsner super eight cups in his five years while at St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende.
Related to the above, the Venoms have also parted ways with Farouk Musisi who joines last year from Zambian team Konkola Blades on a three-year deal but fell out of favour ahead of Kitende graduate, Aziz Kayondo.
On the other hand, Frank Tumwesigye “Zaga” has failed to command playing time facing a strong competition from in depth squad full of gifted midfielder.