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Bengo Suspended Two Weeks for Fighting Villa Coach

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Former Uganda Cranes and SC Villa midfielder Steven Bengo has been suspended for two weeks, troche this web http://conforms.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-proxy.php fined half his February salary and ordered to apologise to head coach Sam Ssimbwa for breaking the rules.

The latest development from our Villa source reveals president Ben Misagga is actually contemplating canceling senior player Bengo’s contract if he doesn’t change after he reportedly threatened to punch assistant coach Ibrahim Kirya and belittled team manager Sulait Makumbi, sales who had pointed out his mistakes during their 1-0 win against Sadolin Paint FC on Tuesday.

Not done, on Wednesday evening Bengo had another fight with Simbwa during training at Nakivubo with the mess evaporating after Bengo passed a lazy ball meant for Erias Ssekisambu forcing Chrysostom  Ntambi to intervene and collect the pass an instance that forced coach Simbwa to rebuke him.

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Steven Bengo celebrates scoring for Villa by carrying teammate David Bagoole on the back during the game against Victoria University in December 2014

Steven Bengo celebrates scoring for Villa by carrying teammate David Bagoole on the back during the game against Victoria University in December 2014

Bengo however vehemently insisted Simbwa is witch-hunting him by claiming that he trains while drunk and blasted off the coach telling him to do his job and leave the player to do as he wishes an utterance that sent Simbwa into rage saying Bengo had become too much and would spoil fellow players.

After training, Sam Simbwa wrote to Misagga a letter saying he didn’t want to see Bengo at the club for two weeks which the club boss endorsed.

Bengo had already accepted a charge of an aggravated breach of Villa’s player rules relating to references of disrespect, coming to training while drunk and use of violence. Villa CEO Ivan Kakembo is yet to release an official statement or reveal whether or not Bengo has requested a personal hearing.

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