By Edwin Kyle Kule
StarTimes Uganda Premier League club, Onduparaka FC has indefinitely suspended two players over numerous cases that violate the club’s code of conduct.
The suspended players are Oscar Agaba and Kyeline Mohamed Med who have been found guilty of breaking the club’s code of conduct.
“This serves to inform all our fans and stakeholders that the club management has decided to indefinitely suspend two players for violating the club code of conduct,” Onduparaka said in a statement.
“Mr Oscar Agaba and Mr Kyeline Mohamed Med, the players in context have been informed to serve this suspension without any direct or indirect involvement in the club’s everyday activities.”
“The Onduparaka management does not tolerate indiscipline of it’s staff or players whose actions keep our core values and principles at jeopardy.”
“Therefore, the mentioned players shall not act in disguise as players of Onduparaka FC until further notice,” the statement added.
While the duo’s crimes were not stated, Onduparaka’s media officer Mark Lulua elaborated that the duo were in breach of significant codes as they failed to turn up for training and failed to adhere to previous warnings.
He added that the suspension serves to reinforce the club’s values and it is part of a deliberate clean up by the club.
“We have a code of conduct and every player signs to it while joining the club so these players have been found going against it on a number of times,” Lulua said.
“We are doing all it takes to improve as a team and imparting discipline in the squad will be a strong pillar to see us achieve our goal,”
“The two players have missed training without serious reasons and later found doing leisure which causes confusion in the squad. So they have been side lined as a warning to the rest of the players,” Lulua concluded.
Onduparaka lies eighth on the 16-team log with 21 points after 16 games played.