Friday Feb 02, 2018. 16:00
Despite recent fights with coach Mike Mutebi, Kampala Capital City Authority striker Derrick Nsibambi says he remains the club’s player.
Nsibambi said the past has been buried and he is looking forward to scoring goals for the club after a lengthy meeting with Mutebi.
Nsibambi was pushing for a move to either Egypt or Morocco, but KCCA were reluctant to sell their asset just days to the kick-off of the CAF Champions League campaign.
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He also insisted that he can recapture the great run he had during last year’s CAF Confederation Cup with new striking partner Muhammad Shaban.
“I have talked to the coach in his office this morning and everything is sorted now. I’m still a KCCA player and I will resume training next Monday,” Nsibambi told Daily Monitor.
“Everything is now sorted. I look forward to adding to my four goals in the league as I chase the leading goal scorer in the league. He is still within my sight.”