Yondani to retire after three seasons

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Yondani joined Yanga from Simba in 2012 and went on to win four Premier League titles

Yanga Assistant skipper Kelvin Yondani has revealed his plan to retire from football in three years.

Speaking to Goal, Yondani said that he wants to retire in a few seasons in order to give opportunities to young players in both his club and the national team.

“I am old enough now, and I will give everything up in two to three seasons in order to create chances for the young players” said Yondani.

Yondani joined Yanga from Simba in 2012 and went on to win four Premier League titles with one FA cup and the Kagame Cup.

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