Hashim Sempala has left premier league leaders Tusker FC following the expiry of his two year contract.
The Ugandan international left the Ruaraka based club after the contract expired today after joining in June 2016 from Bidco Uganda Limited Football Club.
The brewers’ skipper steered them to win Kenyan Premier League title in 2016, the same year they also won the FKF Cup and bid his team mates bye with
According to the Tusker website, club Chairman Daniel Aduda confirmed Sempala’s departure, adding the Ugandan midfielder had expressed his wish to pursue a new path at the end of his contract.
“We want to thank Hashim for his services and what he has offered to the club. We had a mutual conversation where he informed us of his intention to seek greener pastures after the expiry of his contract and as a club we respected his decision,” said Aduda.
Aduda was full of good words for Sempala, saying the industrious midfielder had been instrumental in Tusker’s success from the time he joined them in 2016.
“He has served us diligently and we will forever be thankful for his work and contribution to the success of the club. He starred for us as we won the double in 2016 and we have many other fond memories of his time with us. We wish him all the best in his career and his endeavours as well,” he added.