Trouble is looming between Fufa and Somali football association after the latter coming out to lash at the Ugandan body claiming that they are interfering with coach Matia Lule’s impending move to Mogadishu.
ChimpSport broke the news about the appointment of coach Matia Lule and goalkeeping trainer Moses Oloya.
“We (Somali FA) are very concerned why the coach has not yet reached Mogadishu yet Oloya is already around, viagra http://chirofitroseville.com/wp-admin/includes/class-file-upload-upgrader.php ” Mr Hassan Amir one of the FA officials told Chimp Sport from his current base in Nairobi.
“We sent both of them tickets but he mysteriously switched off his phones and cut off communication with us.”
“It’s so surprising that all of a sudden he goes off net yet we also sent him a thousand dollars which he had demanded before leaving for Somali on Saturday.”
“He has to refund our money and we move ahead in search of another qualified coach because we need work to start with our national team. But if he doesn’t then we shall use legal means. The air tickets are not referable so will let it go,” a furious Amir added.
Efforts to reach the coach have been futile since his all his telephone contacts are off. Fufa spokesman Ahmed Hussein was browned off by Amir’s allegations but refused to communicate further.
“Why does he choose to use such medium to address (the issue), as per now I have no comment on the matter,” Hussein said.
Oloya is currently in Somalia ready for duty with the Ocean stars