Uganda Cranes midfielder Tonny Mawejje is likely to be sidelined by from the national team ahead of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers in June according to head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic .
Mawejje currently plays no professional football for any club and the coach Micho is already worried for the player’s chances of making the national side again.
In 2014, the midfielder who still had a contract with Norwegian side Haugesund was loaned to Valur Reykjavik. He had failed to impress the technical bench of the club hence the move.
However after the loan spell at Valur Reykjavik, the parent club hesitated renewing his contract.
“Mawejje having no club and being out of competitive action for five months is a big blow for the national team ahead of the national qualifiers and he will miss out if he fails to find a team,” Micho told Africanfootball.
The 28-year-old has featured for in the national side 57 times and scored 7 times. He began his career with Masaka local Council FC, before moving to KCC FC in 2004.
He played for Police in 2006, URA in 2008, and in the spring of 2009 Mawejje joined Icelandic Premier league side IBV.
Mawejje joined joined South African club Golden Arrows on loan in 2012 before signing a a two-year contract with the Norwegian Tippelegaen side Haugesund. After only three appearances for Haugesund, Mawejje moved to Valur on loan.