Uganda Premier League side Onduparaka FC have denied reports of releasing players in the ongoing transfer window.
With most players demanding arrears of over six months, there was a reported player exodus at Onduparaka.
Despite the financial struggles, the club has said that they have not let go of any of their players beside Hassan Muhamood and Sabir Andama.
“The club hasn’t officially released any of its players but however we can confirm the departure of two players; Hassan Muhamud and Andama Sabir whose times ran out with us and opted to grow elsewhere in their career,” the club has confirmed via its official website.
“We are also aware of rumours surrounding the departure of few of our players and members of coaching staff but we cannot confirm these rumours because we have not had an official communication from the individuals.”
“We are in talks with our players whose contracts ran out and hope to confirm a few who will agree to extend their contracts in the subsequent days to come.”
The-SportsNation sources have it that Club CEO Pius Bamwange has joined Maroons while Coach Simeon Masaba joined UPDF FC.
Also, Ezra Bida and Abel Eturude have reportedly completed deals to Kyetume and Express FC respectively.
Via their “Ask and Answer” social media campaign, Onduparaka has also said that Sh15,049,100 has so far been collected for their bus project.
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