Moses Sseruyidde in action for Kira United Football Club
Moses Sseruyidde in action for Kira United Football Club

Tanzania Premier League clubs, Simba Sports Club and Yanga F.C are reportedly interested in the services of FUFA Big league outfit, Kira United midfielder Moses Sseruyidde.

The development has been confirmed by Abbey Mbaziira, a club official at Kira United Football Club.

Mbaziira testified the confession on Tuesday;

Two Tanzanian clubs Simba Sports Club and Yanga F.C wrote to us officially as they expressed interest in the services of Sseruyidde (Moses).

Since the Tanzanian transfer window was closed, we decided to keep the player and release him at the end of the season as he continues to serve his parent club. We also got offers from Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) and Vipers Sports Club

For starters, Sseruyidde was one of the two Kira United players who traveled with the tax collectors for the 2018 Mapinduzi cup in Zanzibar.

The other player was De Boss Kalama, who has since put pen to paper at URA.

The left footed attacking midfielder quickly gelled with the rest of the teammates.

He was on target for URA in their one all draw with Jamhuri Football Club, playing an instrumental role for the Paul ‘Latest’ Nkata’s side who finished second in the tournament.

Upon return, Sseruyidde turned down the request by Uganda Revenue Authority F.C to sign a permanent deal.

“He is still contracted with us and we would love to see him help the club get promoted to the top flight league” Mbaziira added.

Vipers Sports Club is the other club that wanted to capture the stylish play maker.

Sseruyidde was one of the scorers as Kira United Football Club

Last season, the diminutive play maker guided Kira United to a play off slot before they lost to Masaka based Synergy 3-1 at the Muteesa II Wankulukuku stadium.

Left footer Solomon Okwalinga (now at Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club) grabbed a brace and Nicholas Kasozi (now at Sports Club Villa Jogoo) scored the other for Synergy.

Emmanuel Obitre scored a late penalty that was only a consolation strike to give the scoreline a worthy while respectable second look.

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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