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Kyambadde pleads for freedom, Hasule not moved

By Vision Reporter

Added 24th November 2000 03:00 AM

JAMIL Kyambadde who intends to return to Express, after a two-year stint at KCC, says, players should be left to join clubs willing to pay them better.

JAMIL Kyambadde who intends to return to Express, after a two-year stint at KCC, says, players should be left to join clubs willing to pay them better.

By Daniel Saire & James Bakama JAMIL Kyambadde who intends to return to Express, after a two-year stint at KCC, says, players should be left to join clubs willing to pay them better. "Football is business, let players invest their talents where they expect to reap highly," Kyambadde said. At the same time, SC Villa coach Paul Hasule has said those who think the club will be ruffled by Hassan Mubiru's departure are mistaken. "I have a new revelation in striker Abdul Kasule," warned the tactician adding that the new talent has the potential of surpassing even Mubiru. "People are going to be surprised." He described the new player as 'too good'. He has all the qualities. He needs only a little polishing. He can use both legs, has an eye for the net and is also efficient in aerial balls." Kasule joined the team from Mityana first division side Kiyindi. Kyambadde said Express paid him the bargain he asked for. He added they agreed to let him turn professional if chance came his way. The midfield player, known for his dribbling skills, said he left KCC in good faith. He however accused them of frustrating his ambitions of playing professional soccer in South Africa. Kyambadde, said that KCC denied him a release to join Spatak FC though, club secretary Fred Ogene negotiated the deal with Spatak officials. He said the South Africans had promised to pay KCC $15,000 (sh27.9m). "I do not think this was small money. But all that is now history and we should plan afresh," he said. Ogene however said it was unfortunate for Kyambadde if the money he had been getting was little. He said KCC had a limit on how much it gives players. About the Spatak deal, Ogene said KCC agreed to release Kyambadde free of charge but the South African club failed to sign the agreement. He said the club had many midfielders who would replace Kyambadde. Kyambadde, picked forms Monday, together with Villa prolific Mubiru opting for Express. Kyambadde said they were aware of the task ahead of them in Express. "After getting the money, the task is now upon us to deliver," he said. Mubiru on his part said on Tuesday that much as he had played for Villa, he had always loved Express. Mubiru , enjoying a good season at club and national team level, is currently the most valuable Ugandan player. But Hasule is of a different view. "People are talking of Mubiru being irreplaceable, but what they forget is that he was not that good two years ago. It is just a matter of time and a new star will be born." "I lost an entire back line, but still managed to win a double this season. A single striker should not cause a scare." Villa have a busy season next year to be highlighted by a Confederation of African Football (CAF) Champions league schedule. Ends

Kyambadde pleads for freedom, Hasule not moved

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