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Denis Onyango Bids Farewell to Hassan Wasswa in a Written Letter


South Africa based goalkeeper and Uganda Cranes  team captain, Dennis Onyango  pays tribute to fellow national team prayer Hassan Wassawa following his decision to retire from national team duties over the week.

Wasswa, had  played  national team football for over 13 years was decided  to end his Cranes career, knowing he could no longer compete at a level that he finds acceptable.

“With much sadness but without regret, I realize that I am no longer able to adhere to the unwavering standard of excellence that professional football demands. I say this with a heavy heart; I am retiring from the National team,” Hassan Wasswa posted .

National team Captain Denis Oyango in due respect to his assistant captain penned down sensational farewell to him by labelling him as one the best player he has ever enjoyed playing along on stadium .

“Thanks for everything my brother, Hassan Wasswa. On and off the field, you were one of the best guys around. Congratulations on a great 13 year Cranes career and know am soon following suit,” Onyango said to Wasswa, who has been his first vice captain at the time of retirement.

Reportedly  that Oyango soon also will  be retiring from international duties.

See Letter Below:

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