Taddeo Lwanga becomes the latest Ugandan player abroad to be released by their respective clubs.
The workaholic box to box player has spent only a year at Tanta but will now have to pack his bags and move elsewhere.
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Taddeo Lwanga is among the two players released by the club that is 15th on the Egyptian Premier League table with 16 points.
He becomes the third Ugandan foreign-based player all to be released by his club in the last two weeks.
Others include Joel Madondo who was released by Wydad Casablanca and Jayden Onen who was released by Brentford.
Who is Taddeo Lwanga?
Taddeo Lwanga was born on 21 May 1994. He plays for Uganda national team as a midfielder.
At a young age, he was a member of Ndejje United F.C in the second division before engaged in the Buganda Masaza cup for Kyadondo.
In January 2014, Lwanga joined Express FC. He debuted for Express FC against Police FC on 11 February 2014.
He scored his first goal for Express FC against Lweza Football Club on 21 November 2014.
In 2015, Taddeo Lwanga joined SC Villa making his debut on against Bright Stars in Mwererwe on 25 August 2015.
He marked a memorable time at Sports Club Villa with the winning goal against Sudan’s Al Khartoum SC in the CAF Confederations Cup in February 2016.
Taddeo Lwanga had an impressive season helping the SC Villa finish second in Uganda Premier League.
In 2017, Lwanga joined Vipers SC and sealed a two-year deal with them. He made his debut on against Bright Stars FC on 12 September 2017.
He scored his first goal for Vipers SC against Proline FC on 24 December 2017 at St. Mary’s Stadium.
In August 2019, Lwanga joined Egyptian Premier League side Tanta SC where he made 11 appearances and one assist in the league.
He was part of the Cranes team that reached the last 16 at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.