Uganda Cranes player Allan Kyambadde has praised his former club KCCA FC for improving his playing career.
Kyambadde over the weekend joined Egyptian topflight side El Gouna FC on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee from the league champions.
"I leave the club a better player and improved. I hope to carry on the values of the club at my new destination and fly the flag higher.I want to thank KCCA FC for the opportunity they gave me, and I will forever be grateful to them," he stated.
"I remember joining a year ago and I wanted to win with the players at the club and my dream came true. I have won trophies with the club and shared many memories with the players and staff at the club. To everyone at the club, I would like to say thank you for treating me as a son and my I pledge the greatest allegiance to you all".
Kyambadde's move also saw KCCA and El Gouna FC sign a partnership that will see will see both clubs tap into each other's resources through youth development programs, technical and knowledge exchanges, player development, coordination and transfers.
El Gouna FC got impressed by Kyambadde performances during the just concluded Africa Nations Cup that was concluded in Egypt.
He joins Khalid Aucho (Misr Lel Makkasa), Abdul Lumala (Pyramids), Emmanuel Okwi (Ittihad Alexandria),Tadeo Lwanga(Tanta Sports Club), Derrick Nsibambi (Smouha Sports Club) and Daniel Isaigi (l Nasr Sporting Club, a second tier side) as the other Ugandans playing in Egypt.