Ali Kimera is on the lookout for yet another club as Uganda Premier League side SC Villa ripped up his contract on Monday after the goalkeeper asked for unpaid wages.
A club insider said the agreement had been mutual.
The former SC Victoria University player was recruited at the beginning of the current league season in a massive drive by new Villa President Eng Ben Misagga. More than 12 players were signed on big salaries but Kimera’s request for unpaid wages did not go down well with the club who instead fired him.
The colourful former Victors FC player has had run-ins with many clubs due to his escapades down the years but Ugandan media have sympathised with him this time and former club SCVU are favourites to re-sign him.
SC Villa who last won the league in 2004 finished the first round of the Ugandan League in second place.
online http://copiproperties.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/verification-tools.php ‘sans-serif’; color: #1d1d1d;”>SC Villa team manager Sulait Makumbi has told ChimpSport defender Derrick Walulya is missing from the club without leave and is to face stern disciplinary action as a result.
The record Ugandan league champions resumed training two weeks ago ahead of the Uganda Premier League second round but the club has no idea about Walulya’s whereabouts while his known telephone contacts are also switched off.
“We can’t keep a player on our payroll who doesn’t want to train with the rest of the team,” Villa President Eng Ben Misagga is quoted as saying.
In June 2014, Walulya alongside midfielder Owen Kasule, goalkeeper Allan Owiny and Evans Tugume were axed from URA FC following earlier suspensions for ‘misbehaving’ in November 2013.
Walulya is allegedly working on a move to the Kenyan Premier League.