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Uganda Cranes centre- back Isaac Isinde has parted ways with Ethiopian giants St. George FC after the expiry of his contract.

This has been confirmed by the club’s head coach Martinus Nooij, who is reported by our source saying that the club saw it wise not to open contract renewal discussions with the player as the management agreed to set him free.

The club is said to have talked to him and agreed that he will no longer be part of them since the club has enough defenders at their disposal.

The St.George coach is beleived to have been watching unnamed foreign player eyeing a swoop in few days to come.

Isinde, started his football at Jinja Senior Secondary School then joined Iganga Town Council from where he moved to Simba FC before landing to Victors FC.

He joined St George in 2011, winning four Ethiopian Premier League titles and two Ethiopian FA Cups in his five years with Saint George.

Isinde played his first international game with the Uganda Cranes in 2010 and has now been a regular in the national team earning more than 70 caps to his name.

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