KCC FC has sacked Robert Tumusiime, Willy Kalemba and Patrick Igama, accusing them of inciting players at the club to strike. In a meeting on Wednesday, the Lugogo soccer clubâ€™s executive led by Godfrey Kisekka agreed to dismiss the players without pay.
The executive charged that the three have been inciting fellow players to protest about arrears owed to them. According to club secretary Richard Omongole, up to seven players had been identified as trouble causers at Lugogo.
However, team captain Sam Mubiru survived without any caution while Moses Muhindo, Anthony Bongole and Willy Kyambadde got away with cautions to desist from indiscipline that includes skipping training sessions.
â€œDiscipline in a team is paramount that is why we finally let (Nathan) Mutenza go for free because we had also made a decision to drop him,â€ Omongole explained yesterday.
The league champions have also released newly recruited defender Moses Musoke to Simba while Mutenza joins Tusker of Kenya.
Omongole had on Monday said that Mutenza would only be allowed to leave
KCC at a fee of sh5m.
FUFA has appointed Frank â€˜Videoâ€™ Anyau to coach a select side from the Uganda Super League to test the Cranes on December 24. Uganda is preparing for the Senior Challenge Cup.
Anyau is coach of Kakungulu Cup holders Victors and was until recently coach of the U-23 national team.
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