Onduparaka players have cried foul over unpaid salaries claiming that the club only managed to fully pay three months in the just concluded season.
A player who preferred anomity reached Swift Sports and explained how things have been hard during the horrible Coronavirus situation in the country.
“We are so much disappointed with the club administrators who have failed to clear our salaries, they have only managed to pay just three months in the recently concluded season.”
“Life is so hard on our side that we even lack what to eat and the landlords are soon throwing us out of the houses since they demand a lot of money from us.” He added
This website managed to reach the club C.E.O Mr Pius Bamwange and he explained that whereas the players have outstanding salary arrears, the club is working around the clock to see to it that they be cleared.
“It is true that players are demanding their salaries, as the management we are trying our best to see that we clear them.” Bamwenge said,
Football activities were affected by the Coronavirus pandemic including the Uganda Premier League 2019-20 season which ended prematurely. Onduparaka FC finished eighth with 31 points from 25 games.