Former KCCA left back Mustafa Kizza has announced leaving Major League Soccer side CF Montreal after two years.
He is among the seven players that have been given a greenlight to play elsewhere as the club looks forward to the new season.
Kizza joined Montreal from KCCA on a three year contract last year and played his under former Arsenal legend Thierry Henry who was the coach by then.
Thank you for everything @clubdefootmtl , it has been a pleasure.
It was an honour to play under a coach like Thierry Henry ,all the other coaches and my amazing teammates all the people who work at the club behind the scenes who have done so much for me – Thank You ❤️ pic.twitter.com/AqQkpRMubk
— Kizza Mustafa (@kizza_mustafa) December 1, 2021
The club revealed that they use Kizza alongside goalkeeper Sebastian Breza, defender Aljaz “Kiki” Struna, midfielders Jean-Yves Ballou Tabla, Clément Bayiha, Tomas Giraldo and Emanuel Maciel ahead of the season that starts in February next year.
Kizza had a perfect start to the 2021 season but seemingly fell in pecking order.
He leaves the club after playing in 18 MLS games for Montreal this season. He registered two assists against and won the Canadian Championship last month.