Rumors have been circulating around pointing to the fact that record Uganda Premier League Champions SC Villa face the fate of player Exodus but now news on our desk show Villa attacking midfielder Emma Kalyowa narrating the fate of being a Villa player.
In his facebook post, Kalyowa attacked FUFA for minding about ex-internationals who are living miserably but ignoring the active players who take close to ten months with out pay and most hurting during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Kalyowa also pointed to the fact that the Club marginalizes players, with some getting their pay and others not.
Upon hearing this, Club CEO Shawn Mubiru has come out to address the incident and says the club will pay all those it's indebted to soonest. Mubiru says they are a professional institution who can't fail to fulfill their promises to their employees.
SC Villa finished third last season, finishing eight points adrift of winners Vipers SC who won with 54 points.
The unbearable conditions have already led to the departure of Charles Lwanga who joined KCCA in this window with others like defender Brian Nsubuga, Emmanuel Kalyowa, Albert Mugisa, Hood Kakooza, Ambrose Kirya, goalkeeper Samson Kirya, Ibrahim Kibumba and Ronald Magwali thought to join the queue of players quitting the club.
"When I see fufa coming up to help ex_international and ex-players in financial aspects I wonder why it can't still help active players who are deliberately not paid by their clubs.But why fufa for real!!!!!!!!!! Imagine serving a club with debts of 10month and going through this covid period with just 5kg of rice from fufa only to hear that a group of fellow players received a salary of two months.
Just because some of us have expired contracts or we are not good enough for the club doesn't mean we didn't work for the club we are always taken bad always with issues concerning money in Uganda but this is too much for us to handle."- He Posted.