Vipers SC goalkeeper to undergo knee operation, set to miss rest of the season
Vipers SC goalkeeper Bashir Sekagya is set to undergo a knee operation after he obtained the injury on continental duty away to Algeria's CS Constantine in the Caf Champions League in 2018.
The former KCCA academy keeper who joined Vipers from UPDF after an exceptional seasion will now miss the rest of the 2018/19 season and a part of the new 2019/20 season for recovery purposes.
The club's official website confirmed the news with a statement: “Vipers Sports Club youthful goalkeeper Bashir Sekagya looks set for a few heartbreaking months out of action following a decision by the medical department at Kitende to let him undergo surgery on a troublesome knee which has failed to heal."
On other injury updates from the league champions, defenders Geoffrey Wasswa, Bashir Asiku and Livingstone Mulondo are set to miss the match against Bright Stars due to injury.
Asiku has been out for a longer period but Wasswa and Mulondo have been present for the club.
Wasswa has missed three consecutive games and was expected to return in time for the fixture against Fred Kajoba’s charges.
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