Friday, 8th May, marked exactly three years since Ibrahim Saddam Juma joined KCCA FC from Express FC. It also marked the end of his contract with the club. We spoke to the midfield maestro about his time with the yellow lads, and what lies ahead for him.
In 2017, Ibrahim Sadam Juma joined KCCA FC on a three-year contract from rivals Express FC.
To many who followed him, KCCA FC manager Mike Mutebi had added a lethal weapon to his already dangerous arsenal.
Three years down the road, with his contract expired, his impact at the club is below the expectations of many including himself.
A boy viewed by many as the best of the rest during his times as a youth player has been haunted by injuries throughout his career.
He hopes in the future he can be able to finish a season injury-free.
Juma revealed that he is currently in talks with the club for a possible renewal of his contract, but also has his eyes set on playing abroad.
The father of a 5-year-old boy hopes his son can also play the beautiful game and achieve what dad never did.
Ibrahim Sadam Juma is one of the best midfielders of his time in this country, but injuries have fettered a career that could potentially be one of the best in Ugandan football in recent times.