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Sulaiman Mutyaba Attacks Vipers, Calls for Fufa Help

Mutyaba left Vipers for Express during mid season

Express FC midfielder cum Skipper Sulaiman ‘Mike’ Mutyaba has raged fire against his former employers Vipers SC after it emerged that he won’t feature for the Red Eagles in Friday’s clash.

Mutyaba was dropped from the Kitende club during the primary transfer window and had declared his retirement from football only to announce his move to Express FC.

“We are footballers and when you deny us a chance to play saying that we are on loan yet you chased us and aren’t paying us, adiposity http://compspoultry.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-product-external.php ” mutyaba posted the rant on his Facebook page directing to Vipers management.

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“Nothing you are doing for us yet you claim that we are still your players. Fufa should help us because teams are overstepping on players’ rights, side effects http://ddmdevelopment.com/wp-includes/simplepie/exception.php ” he continues.

Vipers host the Red Eagles on Friday in the only match lined up in the local league fixtures and will be live on the official league broadcasters Azam.

Other players not expected to play are John Ssemazi and Kyambadde who moved to Wankulukuku on a season long move.

“Fufa help us, http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-edb3b1fb4de29b58dc8e42ff50df311b.php how can u stop us from playing yet you are not paying us. We loved that team but how things are done is just unprofessional. You mislead the man up let us tell you,” Mutyaba stressed.

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