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Ochaya divulges off field factors that fail Ugandan players abroad

By Football256 Team

The new millennium (2000) marked the beginning of a new chapter in Ugandan football as players began moving out in the diaspora for greener pastures to date at a high rate than in the 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s all together. 

From Ibrahim Sekagya Andrew Mwesigwa, Nestroy Kizito, Abubaker Tabula to Denis Onyango, Tony Mawejje up to to a new fresh generation of; Moses Waiswa, Edrisa Lubega, Allan Okello. The list can go on and on and on. 

However, much as many have had successful stints, some have either failed or had short spells before eventually returning home.

Something that has for years kept many wondering what really stops them from blossoming out there, given their promising talents.

Joseph Ochaya one of the players who have played in a number of clubs in different countries disagrees with many including football administrators who attach the issue of failure of players abroad to poor development and readiness.

“I don’t agree with people who say players leave when they aren’t ready and well prepared,” Ochaya said in an interview with Sanyuka TV via Skype. 

“There are many reasons that fail us out there that are beyond football on the pitch, for example when the coach and fans don’t like you it’s hard for you to last longer in a given club  because in most cases the fans have a big say and have influence in decision making.”

“The other burning issue is money because it’s the reason why we leave home so when your not paid for quite long your left with not choice apart from leaving,” added the TP Mazembe player. 

Whereas some people put the blame on agents insisting they front personal benefits, the former KCCA FC left back disagrees. 

“Agents are important people and our lawyers who help us understand and interprete the contracts well and even in case of anything like a breach in contract, they come in to advise.”

“No agent forces a player to sign anything and it’s after both parties have agreed to a particular deal that’s when we sign so people saying agents have a hand in players coming back home it’s wrong,” he added.

In Uganda, it has become a culture to monk players when they prematurely return home, something Ochaya believes demotivates them.

“Many Ugandans ill talk and laugh when players return home which kills their morale especially those that are weak hearted that’s why you find some never get back to their best which is bad.”

“We have to support our own players in good and bad times because in life especially our football there are good and bad times,” he continued. 

Ochaya joined KCCA FC from Buddo SS in 2010 and has since featured for a number of clubs in the diaspora like Naivibank Saigon in Vietnam, Ghana’s Asante Kotoko, Lusaka Dynamos in Zambia and currently at DRC giants TP Mazembe. 

He also had unsuccessful trial stints at Germany side SPVGG Greuther Furth in August 2013 and in 2016 his deal to South Africa side  Bidvest Wits fell apart.