Roving left back Allan Munaaba has retired from football after a glittering 14 year career, Bigwhale sports has exclusively learnt.
“A winner uses a tragedy he faces to attain success and my motto is until the bones are rotten.”
He exclusively told this website before adding.
“It has been a colourful career as it has educated me, helped me invest, inspire others and gain valuable popularity.”
Munaaba spent the 2019/20 season at Bul FC and following the untimely climax of the league due to the pandemic Covid-19, he decided not to renew his contract given the fact that it was his dream to retire from his home town.
For 12 years he played for URA FC, Munaaba remains the most successful the longest-serving player in the tax collectors history having joined them in 2007 while in S6 winning three league titles, 2 Super Cups, Two Uganda Cups, one Mapinduzi Independence Cup, Inter Revenues Cup and Tusker cup.
Further more, Munaaba was skipper of Busoga Province in the FUFA drum second edition in 2019 were they reached the quarters. In the first edition, he guided his province to the semi finals were they fell to West Nile on penalties.
Not only does the former JMC Hippos and SC Villa player possess a rich football experience but also academically he is up there with a Bsc BBA from Cyprus University.
However, he is still in the spotlight and it won’t be a surprise incase teams come requesting him to keep on playing but at the moment he has called it quits.
What next for Munaaba?
At the moment, he is teaching Economics online to various students, doing bakery work at his own bakery De Orange bakery located in Kawempe as well as teaching music online.