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August 4, 2021

Breaking News: Uganda Cranes Captain Denis Onyango Retires From Football

 

Uganda Cranes skipper Denis Masinde Onyango has retired from international football. The player confirmed this on Monday evening via his social media platforms.

“It is with a heavy heart that I am announcing my retirement from International Football. After much consideration, my family, managers, and I decided it was in my best interest to hang my gloves on my beloved Cranes. Big thanks to every Ugandan over the years.” He noted.

Onyango also wrote to FUFA President, Moses Magogo notifying him and the Federation about his decision.

Onyango’s Letter To FUFA

“This letter represents my official notice of retirement from the Uganda National Football Team, The Cranes effective April 12, 2021.”

“It has been a great pleasure and honor to represent my country and I will always appreciate the experience and knowledge that I have gained while playing for the Uganda Cranes.” He added.

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