BIDCO Coach Threatens to Resign


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“Bright wants Basoga to play for the club and whenever a player outside Busoga region is recruited, he tries to frustrate him. I have reported this to club directors and failure to settle it will see my exit,’’ recounts Kisala to a source who preferred anonymity.

The battle is said to have been worsened by the return of Martin Kivumbi from URA who should be replaced by a musoga, according to Dhaira.

Dhaira, the father to Cranes goalkeeper Abel Dhaira, couldn’t be reached for a comment.

Kisala joined BIDCO after the departure of Richard Makumbi who helped the club to gain top flight football slot.

BIDCO are 8th on FUFA Super League table with 30 points from 18 games but have only won only one game at home since the second round of the league began.

Club officials confirmed to have received the complaint from the coach but preferred not to comment since they are trying to settle the issue.

“We hope to settle the matter soon,’’ explained one of BIDCO officials.


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