Tabu Vitalis counselled to return to West Nile

By Football256 Team
VItalis Tabu (R) in action against Ndejje Lions at Namboole Stadium / Courtesy Image

Tabu Vitalis Abdumalik’s contract with URA expired on June 30th, and the possibility of extending its validity remains in balance due to issues at hand according to inside sources.

A new contract with improved terms and conditions has been offered to the 26-year-old but due to personal reasons there has been delay although URA remains hopeful the winger will respond positively.

However, reports from other sources suggest the former Paidha Black Angels and Onduparaka player could be on his way out of the city located club because he’s been advised against committing his future to URA by his close associates.

A jolly Vitalis Tabu (L) puts pen to paper to confirm his status as a URA FC player / Courtesy Image

According to Tabu’s advisers, Sam Simbwa is not a fan of the player hence remaining under his coaching is risky for the player’s future.

“Tabu didn’t have fair game time and performance with URA because he seemed to have fallen out of the coach’s favour,”

The sources further explained, “It’s true, Tabu had health issues but even after recovering, he was scarce in the pitch because he wasn’t given opportunity.”

Football 256 understands Tabu and Onduparaka are in talks when consulted, the former Caterpillar did not deny or confirm the revelation but admitted missing his home and family.

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