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MUSEMA BORNY JUMPS THE QUEUE AT ONDUPARAKA FC

Midfielder Musema Borny was the first player to be unveiled by Onduparaka FC on their official Facebook handle on July twentieth 2020. In a twist of events, the midfielder has revealed that he was unveiled without signing any contract with the Arua based Uganda premier league side and still remains a committed player of the regional league side, Odramachaku FC.

Speaking to dribbler sports in a phone interview on the 7th of October 2020, the soft spoken midfielder disclosed that he had just agreed a pre-contract agreement of which the terms were not fulfilled.

‘’The club had promised me that they would pay me a million shillings on fifteenth of September 2020 as my sign on fee after which I would sign a three year contract worth two hundred and fifty thousand shillings per month  a verbal agreement they failed to fulfil’‘ Musema Borny told dribbler sports.

The chief executive officer  of the regional league side Odramachaku FC confirmed not having released the midfielder and also acknowledged that they are yet to be approached by Onduparaka fc concerning there player Musema Borny.

I learnt about the alleged signing and I thought since we had a good working relationship we would soon be approached by Onduparaka FC to formalise the transfer of the player something they are yet to do’. Said Lema John the CEO Odramachaku FC.

Onduparaka FC public relations officer Lulua Mark was critical of player displine and conduct before the media but could neither confirm nor deny the story. Lulua further stated that they have few formalities to fix concerning some new player and the club is currently working had to make sure the team is ready enough for the upcoming season that is tentatively scheduled for November 20th 2020.

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