Andama Junior has issued an emotional farewell message to Calvary Football Club and their supporters after signing a four-year employment contract with Arua Hill Sports Club.
Although his parent club Calvary denied the move, Andama has since taken to his social media account to confirm his departure from the Yumbe based entity.
The creative midfielder thanked the club and their supporters for the massive love shown to him during his two-year spell with the club.
“Allah first Today I want to say goodbye for a magnificent club calvary football club. I want to thank the club for helping me become a better footballer and for making me and my family feel wonderful during my tym there.” Andama wrote on his Facebook account.
“About two years ago calvary , A club that will remain remain in my heart gave me amazing opportunity to play for them and for me playing for such a big club in our home league was a dream come true for me.”
“I thank the club, the fans that have supported me since the first day I wore this Jersey and of course thank you and good luck to my teammates and coaches who helped me settle in since day one not only as teammates but as a family and friends,” he added.
“Today I say goodbye to u but I take many memories, lessons and great moments that will leave with me forever. It has been my best years of my football career.”
“At last I want to wish calvary football club many successes for the future and thank the club for giving me the opportunity to leave and have a new challenge in my next career
Thank you with all my heart.” he concluded.