Vipers’ goalkeeper set for a knee surgery
Vipers’ goalkeeper set for a knee surgery

Vipers’ goalkeeper set for a knee surgery

Vipers Sports Club will miss their youthful goalkeeper Bashir Sekagya at least for a better part of the remaining season.

The club has confirmed that the 21 year old custodian has failed to recover from a nagging knee injury and is set for the knife.

“Vipers sports club youthful goalkeeper Bashir Sekagya, looks set for a heart-breaking more 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,” the club announced.

Sekagya picked the injury Caf Champions League first round clash against Club Sportif Constantine in Algeria.

The 21 year old, picked up the injury away in Algeria when the Venoms tussled it out with Club Sportif Constantine in the Total Caf Champions League first round away leg encounter.

Burundian international Fabian Mutombora and another youngster Derrick Ochan are the two options available for the Venoms at the moment.

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