Cranes star Godfrey Walusimbi retires from international football.

Cranes star Godfrey Walusimbi retires from international football.

Former Gor Mahia and Ugandan defender Godfrey Walusimbi alerted about his retirement from international football. 

Walusimbi, who is currently the most capped (105) Uganda Cranes player, penned a letter notifying his retirement for the great service to the nation over 10 years. The letter addressed to FUFA is dated 5th October 2019, thanking his teammates, management, fans, and government.

Godfrey walusimbi in action
Godfrey walusimbi in action

“Its been 10 years down the road having a great honor and so privileged to represent my country Uganda in international football tournament……” the letter read.

Walusimbi has represented Uganda at the AFCON twice in Gabon and Egypt in 2017 and 2019 respectively and He departs at a time when the left back position had almost been customized in his names.

However, he sets way for competition in a section that will be competed for by the likes of Joseph Benson Ochaya, Isaac Muleme, Shafiq Batambuze, and the budding Mustafa Kizza among others.


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