Are Muhoroni Youth killing striker’s career?

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Andrew Sekayombya cannot join any other club because he has not received release letter from Muhoroni Youth

Former Sony Sugar striker Andrew Sekayombya has been forced to watch league kick-off from the sidelines after failing to secure a move to another club during the January transfer window.

Since his move from the Sugar Millers, the Ugandan has not found the going smooth, having short stints with Posta Rangers and Muhoroni Youth. It is the latter that has refused to hand Sekayombya his release letter despite club owner Moses Adagala saying he was to do so.

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"Right now I am in Kenya, unfortunately no club can sign me since I do not have a release letter from Muhoroni Youth. I have tried to ask for it using all possible means but the club is just not willing to give it to me, it is very unfair because it means I cannot play.

"I do not know what they want from me and why they keep refusing giving me my release letter," he told Goal.

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