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Kapinga loses car in flopped transfer deal

By Vision Reporter

Added 27th February 2001 03:00 AM

MBALE Heroes has impounded Congolese defender Henry Kapinga's new saloon car until he pays back sh2.9m he allegedly took to play for the club.

By Joseph Wanzusi and Peter Ekarot MBALE Heroes has impounded Congolese defender Henry Kapinga's new saloon car until he pays back sh2.9m he allegedly took to play for the club. Club treasurer Michael Wandera told The New Vision that the car that had just arrived from Mombasa is now impounded as club property until Kapinga, now with Rwanda's APR, pays back the money. "We have impounded the car until Kapinga pays back our money," he said . Kapinga, formerly with KCC, signed a three-year contract last November, but last month absconded and went to Kigali to join Rwanda league champions APR . FUFA has not yet issued Federation of Rwanda Football Associations (FERWAFA) Kapinga's international transfer certificate. He is also yet to clear with KCC. Meanwhile, Heroes today host KCC in a friendly match at Mbale Municipal stadium. The game will give new coach Charles 'Kalailai' Namakola chance to assess his new boys ahead of the Nile Special Super league kick-off next month. r National technical director Guenter Zittel has started training a demonstration team in preparation for the national coaches seminar March 23-25 in Kampala. Zittel and his assistants Asumani Lubowa and Tom Lwanga started with a group of 16 boys they took into drills at Coffee ground in Bugolobi Lubowa told The New Vision yesterday that the boys who are Under-17, have been picked from Friends of Football (FOF) organised City Tyres league, Kawempe Youth Football Association (KAYOFA) and Kibuli Secondary Schoo Ends

Kapinga loses car in flopped transfer deal

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