Ulinzi Stars assistant captain Hassan Mohammed has left Ulinzi Stars for military duties the club has confirmed.
In a statement on his Facebook account, Mohammed who played his last game for the soldiers on Friday in the East Africa Games said he was leaving the club with a lot of memories and thanked the club for the time they shared together.
The statement noted: “It’s definitely with mixed emotions, courage and strength that I am writing this message.
“It has been an incredible journey here, with lessons learnt and memories to cheer and it is a little emotional that I must bid farewell now but, I say goodbye as a person who has given his all efforts in every training session and in every game for the badge and for the club.
“And with gratitude I would like to further extend my sincere, heartfelt appreciation to everyone at ULINZI STARS FOOTBALL CLUB, from management, Administrators, Technical bench and all my Teammates who helped me so much to be who I am today, and the amazing fans who made me feel so special week in week out, I thank my family for all your effort, prayers and love.
“GBUS is a family and I wish the club all the best ...keep winning.
Apart from Ulinzi Stars, Mohammed has previously featured for Admiral FC in the Nationwide League, Mathare United and Congo United in the Kenyan Premier League.
Our assistant captain Hassan Rio Mohamed is set to leave for military duty. He will not be part of the team for the 2019/20 season. However, he will be incorporated into the team when he finishes his assignment. Join us in wishing him the best #GBUS pic.twitter.com/T5ITnkb5cr— Ulinzi Stars FC (@UlinziStarsFC) August 23, 2019