Former BUL Football Club left back Hakim ‘Makupesa’ Magombe has come out to put his dissatisfaction with the management of Onduparaka FC in regards to demand for unpaid salaries.
Magaombe was among the 14 players that the West Nile based club outfit did release after they had done with 2020/21 season which saw survive the relegation.
The left back one of the long serving custodians of the Uganda’s top flight league joined Onduparaka FC in mid 2020 from Busoga United FC.
In a statement released by Magombe via his Facebook account explains how they work hard so that the team can remain playing in the Uganda Premier next season through a lot of challenges and has told of the club that they have right to demand their money.
“We fought very hard to maintain the team in the league with many challenges including not paid salary, moving long distance every week from Arua to Kampala, sleeping in the way every week. Said Hakim Magombe before adding.
“So we have right to demand for our money, finally football is not played in the Bush every on show how I fought for the team.
This comes after Moses Okot dragging Onduparaka FC to FUFA player’s committee for his unpaid arrears, salaries and sign on fees as reported by the Sports Nation.