SINAN RAJUB SENOGA
Eng. Ben Immanuel Misagga has kept aloof from Mike Mutebi’s earlier match fixing claims that have been making rounds for the past days.
Misagga who was formerly the club president of SC Villa until July this year, shunned away from the talks claiming he has no part to do with what Mutebi said last week.
” I have heard a lot of reports on social media that I Misagga told Mike Mutebi the KCCA coach that some of the clubs in Uganda predetermine their match results but I want to make it clear for people.” Misagga opened up.
” I completely don’t know anything to do with Mutebi’s claims because if I ever happen to say something I always say it myself.”
” Why and how would I in the first place tell him that? Was I a policeman or the football supremo to approach him that way?. Secondly, everyone knows I don’t need a second party to disseminate information on my behalf because I am not a kid.”
Misagga thinks the claims are meant to fuel the rivalry between him and the football ruling body in the country.
” Perhaps, the federation is at loggerheads with Misagga and they might be using Mutebi to find any easiest way of banning me because of such fuss.”
While Mutebi said Misagga told him about how SC Villa players easily lost to Vipers last season in Masaka as one of the games with a predetermined result, the federation has since then issued a statement.
FUFA says the matters will be put before their Statutory competent bodies before coming up with a conclusion.