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search geneva; color: #222222;”>“I am stepping down because I can’t withstand accusations of poor governance. I decided to pave way for good governance in the club,” explained Ssenkungu.
Ssenkungu was handed the team two years and has been struggling to put it back into the local council of Masaka.
Masaka LC now trails in 15th position with 14 points.
Apart from the financial problems and poor performance, the team continues to lose players day and night, the latest being Johnson Lumansi and Sam Kayongo who joined SC Villa and Kira young, respectively.
“Top leadership had placed the team onto my shoulders yet as an individual, I have no money to run the club.”
The Masaka district chairperson, Joseph Kalungi, on Sunday held a meeting to convince Ssenkungu to withdraw his resignation but the later said it was too late.
Last week, as Masaka LC travelled to Kampala for Uganda cup game against Wandegeya (a game they lost 1-0), Kalungi was called to fund the team but instead he switched off his phones leaving the secretary to organise for transport.
Since Vincent Bamulangaki Ssempijja left Masaka district chairmanship, the team has been struggling to solicit funds to extent that players are forced to sell off beds to raise transport.
Ssenkungu also hinted on poor refereeing in Top Flight League which has frustrated him.
“Referees are not being penalised for their errors that are costing Masaka LC currently,” he noted.
He said that despite his resignation, he will remain a club supporter.