Derrick Nsibambi celebrates one of his goals against Kataka in the Uganda Cup Credit: © Kawowo Sports | AMINAH BABIRYE
[/media-credit] Derrick Nsibambi Credit: © Kawowo Sports | JOHN BATANUDDE

Derrick Nsibambi has finally buried his hatchet with KCCA and is expected to return to training on Monday next week.

The forward had vowed not to return to Lugogo citing breach of his contract but he has finally bowed down.

Sources close to Nsibambi who recently extended his stay with the 12-time league champions indicate the club never paid the $ 15,000 promised to him in the new contract.

“We have sorted out the issues and he will be back in training on Monday,” Geoffrey Kayemba, his representative confirmed.

But like I said, he has no powers to abscond from training regardless and its good he has known that.

The Uganda Cranes striker on Wednesday held talks with manager Mike Mutebi and the two came to agreement about him returning on Monday.

“Everything is now sorted,” Nsibambi told Monitor Sport.  “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,” he added.

Nsibambi will miss the Uganda Cup tie away to Mbarara FC on Saturday but is expected to be available when the Kasasiro play Madagascar’s CNasports in the CAF Champions League preliminary round first leg.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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