KCCA FC left-back Mustafa Kizza is back to Uganda after his reported move to Morocco’s outfit Hassan Agadir failed to materialize.
Kizza who left the country on Tuesday this week returned with no success and he is likely to be available for KCCA FC till the end of the season.
According to Monitor Sport, “Agadir were notified late that they had exhausted their transfers according to their financial fair play rules.”
KCCA FC manager Mike Mutebi as well confirmed this after his team won 1-0 against Tooro United on Friday.
“He is our player. Mustafa Kizza” confirmed Mutebi. “When that club negated on the contract issues that they had agreed with the club, we decided no. Mustafa Kizza should come back.
“Because if you fail with contractual obligation with the club, what will happen to the player when he is over there with no one to supervise him? They will misuse him.
“We said if you have abused the original understanding of the club, then the player should come back but he will go if they come back with the original proposal, he will go but for now, he is back and will play for us.”
Kizza is yet to feature for the Kasasiro in the second round but watched the game on Friday after returning from Morocco.