AFC Leopards midfielder Edward Seda has been forced to make the “hardest decision” and retire from the sport as a result of a knee injury sustained last season while playing against Bandari FC in Mombasa.
Seda confirmed the news on a social media post shared by his club and thanked them for the support that they had given him in the one year he had been with the side after moving from Mathare United in 2018.
“This is the has been the hardest to make, this injury has led me to consider my playing career and I have come to a conclusion that at this point I would wish to put an end to my playing career and pursue other ventures.
“I would love to thank the AFC Leopards administration for giving me the opportunity to play for this great club for the last one year.
“The club has stood with me through my injury and ensured that I received adequate medical care and rehabilitation.”
Rumour has it that the attacking midfielder is planning to transition into coaching at one of the topflight clubs.