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Matata set to complete Onduparaka move

By Football256 Team
Gabriel Matata while featuring for Mvara Boys in the FUFA West Nile Regional League / Courtesy Image

Gabriel Matata’s long awaited move to Onduparaka FC is almost near its completion, after the player reportedly agreed to a one-year renewable contract with the club.

However, the Caterpillars are understood to wait on making the announcement, choosing to confirm the deal during the club’s unveiling of their squad which is expected soon.

Reliable sources intimate that Onduparaka and the striker have reached an agreement for an undisclosed sign on fee which is expected to be paid after the player inks the contract.

The source also adds that Onduparaka will withhold compensation to the Manya Boys given the non-existing binding document between the striker and the regional league side.

Onduparaka are said to have decided to work discreetly because they don’t want their other potential targets to be derailed by the news, with Chairman Benjamin Nyakuni working on a low budget.

Matata’s move to Onduparaka has received criticism from Mvara Boys coach Stanley Okuti Jogoo who took a subtle dig a Onduparaka saying that the player’s decision to leave is understandable but choice of club is not the best.

“Matata was not sincere when I inquired about where he is headed to and I am surprised you are telling me Onduparaka,” Okuti lamented to Football256.

“I understand the need to seek a new challenge and I will have to ask him again but I don’t think game time is what he needs at his young age,” he advised.

“It is unfortunate he didn’t play Big League because that would be great for his development. Besides KCCA would be the best option for him to grow since Mike Mutebi has a good history of talent management.”

“Nevertheless, it isn’t late given his age. He still has time to correct it.” he concluded.

Matata turned down the opportunity to play for KCCA even though Mutebi tried his best to convince, telling him once KCCA comes knocking, open the door because all players long to play at Lugogo.

He also paid deaf ears to Arthur Kyasimira’s BUL FC when they came asking, while Express failed to convince him to move to Betway Muteesa II Stadium.

Matata, a graduate from Ondunyiri left for regional side Mvara Boys in 2019 in pursuit of game time which he found going on to score 14 goals in 10 games.

He will be remembered by Mvara fans for the goal he scored that helped in eliminating top tier side BUL FC in the Uganda Cup round of 64.

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