Uganda Cranes striker and captain Geoffrey Massa has retired from national team duties, the Uganda cranes, to focus on professional foot ball though he currently doesn’t have a club to play for after being cut off by South African struggling Baroka United FC.
He has been serving the National team for 12 years helping it make remarkable victory of which qualifying for the African Cup of Nations 2017 that took place in Gabon earlier this year being his personal greatest achievement.
Massa in his words said that, “It is with immense pride that I announce my retirement from the national football team after representing the country for 12 years. I have had an incredible career and I am thankful for each and every moment for my time with the Uganda Cranes…”.
Massa reigns from Mbale where he started his carrier with local club Walukuba football club before joining Mbale Heroes then Police FC. He has played professional football out side Uganda with Egyptian Al-Masry, El Shams and Itesalat football clubs, Yenicami Agdelen SK in Cyprus, Jomo Cosmos, Amatuks, Bloemfontein Celtics, University of Pretoria and Baroka in South Africa.
Thank you Captain Massa for all the efforts towards our beloved Uganda Cranes. ugandanbuzz.com