Milton Karisa bids emotional farewell to Vipers SC

Former Vipers SC Milton Karisa has penned a farewell message to his former bosses having completed his move to Moroccan side Mouloudia Club Oujda.

The Former BUL FC attacker signed for the North African side after three seasons of devoted service at Kitende based side.

“It’s emotional for me to leave such a great club with lovely people around players and fans behind but at the same time I feel blessed to have such an opportunity to go and face my next challenge outside Uganda,” Karisa said.

“l thank the President (Lawrence Mulindwa) for being a good father, he gave me the opportunity to come at the club and I worked hard to give back to him and winning the league was my gift to him, Vipers SC gave the opportunity for both the National call ups and also get greener pastures. It’s been a good time with all the members of Vipers SC family.

“I will always remember all moments at the club but the best moment will be when we beat KCCA FC at home in the league decider and especially my goal against the title contenders is very memorable for the time I have been at Vipers.

“This is unbelievable it was always my dream to make Vipers proud in all moments but that goal at St Mary`s is one of my memories at Vipers SC, however, I would have loved to make more memories especially in the CAF Champions League but it’s not possible now although I know the players behind will make the club achieve the desired goals.

“I advise my fellow players to work hard and remain focused because every dream is achievable and it can take you places, when I came to Vipers I knew it wasn’t my end but rather a platform for me to move forward and I have achieved it.

“With great pleasure I thank all Vipers players, fans and administration for the time at the club. I will continue remembering the good and bad time we went through. I will continue praying for my club to achieve what I didn’t manage to achieve with them.”

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