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Bogere Denies Quitting Villa

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cost sans-serif; line-height: 200%; font-size: small;”>Bogere described the reports as baseless and aimed at tainting his image in the club.


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He disclosed this at a press conference which was held this afternoon at Villa Park.


Flanked by Villa executive members, Bogere lashed at the media which had revealed that he has already received money from Kira Young.


The reports indicated that the coach was given Shs 1m in cash while Shs 700,000 was in cheque form.


However, the coach insists that he cannot leave this club because he is still on a contract which is still ongoing.


This has come at a time when Villa is performing at a mediocre level this season.


Villa, which has registered a record of winning the national league for 16 times, has been rocked by internal wrangles.


Currently, players have gone for four months without pay after the club suffering financial constraints.


Salongo Semanda, the club chairman, said that they are soon settling the debts after fundraising Shs 12m in the just concluded fundraising exercise.


Villa has this season won two matches against Proline 2-1, Kira 2-1 while drawing against Bright Stars 1-1 and Entebbe 0-0.

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