Just a day after SC Villa confirmed their 2016-17 squad and the axed players, website http://decksplushouston.com/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/preview.php former captain Jonathan ‘Dante’ Mugabi has thrown one back at his former masters.
Towards the end of season, http://chrisbevingtonorganisation.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-shipping-zone.php Mugabi and four others were served suspension to pave way for investigations over alleged match fixing.
Of the five only AbdulKarim Kasule was spared the cut while Misi Katende, goalie Nicholas Sebwato and striker Karim Ndugwa followed Mugabi and other six players out of Villa park.
“To the entire football world, this started with suspension from nowhere. Up to today much has been said as I did match fixing, bribery, indiscipline etc. All to convince the football world as am bad with my fellow players,” his Facebook post reads.
“This is to inform the world of football and the fans that I’ve never committed the above offences in my football career and I know nothing about them as said by some of SC Villa leaders.”
Last week, former Left back Isaac Muleme also took his anger to social media with unkind words for the club’s management going to an extent of swearing never again to play for the Jogoos.
“It’s very bad after working in such poor and bad conditions failing to do what is needed in the contract then one comes out that, I and my fellow players committed the above offences! Then loaning a player whom you don’t own, convincing the press and the world.”
Just like Muleme, Mugabi thanked his fellow teammates and those around him.
“However, I thank my fellow players, Executive, Technical team and the fans for their cooperation at SC Villa. Wish you the best, Jogoos. God bless SC Villa,” the message (edited from slung) ends.