Uganda Premier League side Onduparaka FC have slapped indefinite suspensions to two players violation of the club code of conduct.
Oscar Agaba and Kyeline Mohamed are the suspended players, Onduparaka has announced.
The notice from Onduparaka FC read: “This serves to inform all our fans and stakeholders that the club management has decided to indefinitely suspend two players for numerous cases that violate the club code of conduct.”
“Mr Oscar Agaba and Kyeline Mohamed Med, the players in context have been informed to serve this suspension without any direct or indirect involvement in the club’s everyday activities.
“The Onduparaka management does not tolerate of its staff or players whose actions keep our core values and principles at jeopardy. Therefore, the mentioned players shall not act in disguise as players of Onduparaka Football Club until further notice.”
Onduparaka have not revealed the rules the two broke but The SportsNation has established that Agaba sat out of training sessions while Kyeline missed a trip to the game when he was included on matchday squad.
It is said that club chairman Benjamin Nyakuni stormed the training before Busoga United game and warned the players against misconduct.
A couple of players are reportedly demotivated including new signings who are yet to receive their sign-on fee.
Onduparaka FC were held to a goalless draw against Luwero United in Uganda Cup.
They are eighth in UPL with 21 points having suffered three (Villa, URA and Busoga) consecutive losses.