CLAIMS by former Uganda Cranes coach Laszlo Csaba that his lawyers are in Kampala to settle the dispute over his â€˜breached contractâ€™ have been dismissed by soccer governing body FUFA.
Csabaâ€™s reaction stems from a letter written by the FUFA legal officer Geoffrey Nsamba for what they called a breach of contract. Csaba has not responded to the letter.
â€œWhat we are going to do is to follow up the letter we wrote (to Scotland and FIFA). We will announce our next move soon,â€ Nsamba said.
FUFA president Lawrence Mulindwa said that they have had received no communication from Csaba or his lawyers.
â€œI think there should be something wrong. Why is he telling many lies these days? If his lawyer was to meet us, he should communicate,â€ said Mulindwa yesterday.
Csaba insists that he rightfully walked away from the Cranes job early this month.â€œI quit my contract with Uganda and I know itâ€™s not easy for a team who had a very successful coach to lose him.
â€œI have all the evidence (of breach of contract by FUFA) and we have the lawyers involved. I wish the Ugandan FA all the best and Hearts havenâ€™t closed the door. We are available at anytime to talk and to make negotiations. Weâ€™ve even taken a player here from Uganda (David Obua).â€
FUFA await Csabaâ€™s lawyers