By Edwin Kyle Kule
SC Villa head coach Edward Kaziba believes football is a cycle and journey noting that players come and go.
While speaking to Football256 in an interview, the soft spoken tactician seemed not so bothered about the reported exodus of players at Villa Park.
“Players come and go just like us coaches today am here and tomorrow I am somewhere else,” Kaziba said before adding.
“In football, there is no permanent place to stay. This is confirmed all over the world we have seen exceptional players leave their teams but still, life goes on,” he added.
This comes shortly after roving left-back Derrick Ndahiro confirmed his move from the record UPL champions to URA FC with many more others also rumoured to be on their way out.
“We are in tricky times of the transfer season and a lot of rumours will keep flying here and there. Some I hear and also get shocked but the only departure am sure of is Ndahiro’s.”
“It’s only one player that has so far left and according to what I know the rest of my players are around.”
The pin-sized defender spent three seasons at SC Villa after completing a move from lower division side Namataba Rifo FC in 2018 under the reign of Moses Basena.
According to Kaziba, It is early to confirm the fate of the players because nothing is confirmed yet however the team is strongly setting the needful plan to get the team back to its days of glory.
“We had started planning on how to get things right at the club, but we have been disturbed by the pandemic which has left us stranded in most of our plans,” he noted.
The 16-time league champions finished 10th on the 16-team log with 36 points from 27 outings when the 2020/2021 UPL season was prematurely ended due to the surge of COVID-19 cases in Uganda.