Former Uganda Cranes left back Nisteroy Joseph Kizito has officially retired from international football according to a statement released by FUFA this morning.
Kizito has been a Cranes international since 2001 when he won 33 caps.
At club level, Kizito featured for SC Villa from 2000–2004 before moving to Serbian side Srem between 2004 and 2005 where he scored two goals in 21 appearances.
Kizito later played for Vojvodina from 2005–2010 scoring once in 112 appearances.
He then moved to last club in Serbia Partizan Belgrade between 2010 and 2011 with whom he joined the list of selected Ugandans who have played UEFA Champions League.
Kizito, a Tanzanian descendant has left behind under studies in Habib Kavuma, Alex Kakuba and Godfrey Waluimbi.
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