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Mohamed Shaban says Goodbye to Onduparaka one more time

SPORTS | THE NORTHERN LINK UG | After returning to his previous club, Mohamed Shaban writes an emotional parting message to the supporters of Onduparaka FC.

The Arua-born forward has returned to Kasasiro for the second time after signing a three-year deal with the club before departing for Raja Casablanca in 2018.

Muhammad Shaban’s third club change comes after his return to Vipers Sports Club in 2019 and Onduparaka FC in 2021. The Ugandan Cranes striker, 24, has agreed to an undisclosed fee.

Muhammed Shaban, the outgoing captain of Onduparaka Football Club, has issued a poignant letter to supporters, teammates, and team executives via his Facebook page.

“Dear Onduparaka FC fans,

Today I say goodbye to a magnificent club as it is Onduparaka FC. I want to thank the club for helping me become a better footballer and for making me feel at home during my time here.

About a year ago Onduparaka FC, a club that will remain in my heart, gave me the fantastic opportunity to play The sport I love so much. And for me Helping the team by Scoring 16 goals in a season is a dream come through.

I’m out of words to express my sincere gratitude, I can only say thank you to the club, to the fans that have supported me since the first day I wore this jersey and of course thank you and good luck to my team-mates, who helped me settle in not only as teammates but as family.

Today I say goodbye to Onduparaka FC but I take many memories, lessons, and great moments that will live with me forever.

At last, I want to wish Onduparaka FC many successes in the future and thank the club for giving me the Goodwill and opportunity to sign for KCCA FC, a club to which I want to give back all the trust they have given me and start a new season with many success.

Thank you with all my heart.”

KCCA FC has added Mohamed Shaban to its offensive lineup after securing the services of Congolese international striker Kankonde Tsisungu and former Tooro United FC winger Kagawa Ssenoga Mohamed.

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