Musoke says clubs have lost confidence in the Uganda Handball Federation
A Makerere University club official Hannington Musoke wants to manage the handball league.
Musoke says clubs have lost confidence in the Uganda Handball Federation and handing over the reins to him will bring back teams and the game will grow bigger and better.
“The executive has weaknesses of not listening, but we clubs also take a bigger portion of the blame, but I told them (executive) to give my company the league and they refused,” Musoke said.
Meanwhile, the national league will not resume until September. The Uganda Handball Federation (UHF) secretary, Saudha Babirye attributed the delay to clubs who have failed to pay their subscription and participation fee.
Babirye said they had planned for the league to start in July after the Zone V championship, but only three clubs have cleared their dues.
“We are now planning to have the league start in the first week of September,” Babirye said.
She noted that only Makerere University, Nkajja, Kyengeza Handball Club are ready to play.