Ex-Sony Sugar striker keen on quitting football

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Andrew Sekayombya says he is been hit hard by football frustrations

Former Sony Sugar, Posta Rangers and Muhoroni Youth striker Andrew Sekayombya is thinking about hanging his boots.

Since his move from Sony Sugar, the striker has been struggling to find stability with his last two clubs, leaving the mailmen after just three months, and Muhoroni Youth after six months. The striker says the frustrations are too much and that has made him to think of finding an alternative way of surviving. 

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"I am frustrated with the events surrounding me as far as football is concerned. Right now I feel there is no way out, I have been pushed to the wall and I just want to walk away. In short, I want to quit football and do something else.

"Muhoroni Youth do not want to give me a release letter, even the lawyer who we contacted to help us has seemingly failed. I am just frustrated so much," he told Goal.

The player was among the five suspended by the Awasi-based club, after allegedly falling out with the management.

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