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Blue Army to resolve Mubiru case

By Vision Reporter

Added 20th April 2009 03:00 AM

LEADING SC Villa fans who call themselves the Blue Army, intend to take advantage of the launch of a new Club House at Club Cascades today to air their grievances against the management style of assistant team manager Chris Mubiru.

LEADING SC Villa fans who call themselves the Blue Army, intend to take advantage of the launch of a new Club House at Club Cascades today to air their grievances against the management style of assistant team manager Chris Mubiru.

By Swalley Kenyi and
Norman Katende


LEADING SC Villa fans who call themselves the Blue Army, intend to take advantage of the launch of a new Club House at Club Cascades today to air their grievances against the management style of assistant team manager Chris Mubiru.

Fans recently wrote to the executive, complaining that Mubiru favoured some players over others which led to team division.

“We have organised ourselves and we shall be there (at Cascades). I can’t tell you who will lead the group because I’m not an official,” a secret mobiliser said.

The Blue Army, led by Samson Nsubuga have filed a host of allegations against Mubiru and ‘expelled’ the manager accusing him spoiling some of the team’s players. The SC Villa executive ignored the charges.

Meanwhile, musicians Mesach Ssemakula, Mathias Walukagga and Ragga Dee will entertain guests as Villa launches their new home at Club Cascades. The home will replace the famed Golden Table that closed two years back.

Blue Army to resolve Mubiru case

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