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Ashiraf Mugume commits future to KCCA


KCCA have ended speculation about the future of midfielder Ashraf Mugume by announcing the midfielder has signed a new three-year contact.

Mugume who joined the Kasasiro four years ago from Police was a subject of interest from many clubs including childhood side Vipers.

“I feel delighted to commit my future to KCCA FC. I have been happy since joining the club in 2020,” Mugume told the club website. “The first days at the club were a little tough as I had to adapt to a new environment but thanks to my teammates that made me feel at home,” he added.

“I am now a better player and have gained experience over the years. I am fully committed to the club and I want to win with KCCA FC. I have had several conversations with the manager and I am aligned to his philosophy and hopefully we can achieve many great things with this group.”

He was ever present in Abdallah Mubiru’s side where he scored 7 goals last season.  

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