Bandari FC defender Fred Nkata has announced that he is leaving the club.
The Ugandan joined the Dockers four years ago from Tusker FC and in a long Facebook post, he admitted that he won’t be renewing his contract with the team once it’s over at the end of December 2020.
Nkata thanked the club fans and management for the opportunity they accorded him and revealed that his decision was on football reasons; the player wishing the team all the best in the new season.
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Nkata’s Statement in Full
“Good morning Bandari FC family.
“It’s with a heavy heart that I announce that I will be leaving Bandari FC at the end of my contract this year December 2020.
“It has been an incredible 4 years since I joined in January 2016. I leave with very good memories that will always remind me that I have a home and a family here and people with whom I have made an everlasting bond.
“When I chose to come to Bandari, it was to give my all and help to elevate the club to greater heights and I feel that we achieved that. The reasons are solely footballing ones and I feel that now is the time to take another step in the right direction.
“I would like to express my sincere gratitude and absolute appreciation to the Bandari FC fans who made me feel at home and supported me every step of the way, through the highs and the lows, in triumph and in defeat, I say thank you very much.
“I want to highlight my utmost respect for Chairman Musa and C.E.O Edward Oduor for granting me the opportunity to serve Bandari FC.
“In a special way, I’d like to thank coach Paul Nkata, coach Bernard Mwalala and the entire coaching staff I have worked with, my teammates, the club administrators, the Board and everyone who wakes up every day to try and take this club to greater heights.
“I wish the club all the best on their journey in the Betking premier league this season and future endeavours.”
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