Waggagai Warriors release duo for unwarranted behavior

Gateway Entebbe Junior League (EJL) outfit Waggagai Warriors has released 2 of their players with immediate effect for exhibiting unconventional behavior.

According to club director, Duncan Bwogere, the duo (names withheld) has often missed training and match days without clear reasons through the first round of the EJL term.

“One rotten tomato can affect the entire basket, therefore we can’t continue this season with them. For anyone to thrive at anything, they must be humble and disciplined,” Bwogere said

“We shall miss them in the squad, but we have already replaced them. We expect to have Elite Soccer Academy’s Duncan Mabiike join us on loan for the remainder of the season. And we hope to profit from his goal-scoring prowess.” Bwogere revealed

Ramathan Kasirye, who is the EJL Board Chair, said Clubs are mandated to groom players and improve them all round.

“Discipline is key in character formation, for players to go far in the game and life need to be well behaved, and life will be easy for them,” Kasirye said

“We implore clubs to make critical decisions and often, they should present improved squads. We have set a rules to be followed by Coaches and our players and discipline ranks up on the list.” Kasirye added

The EJL will return after taking a recess break, the transfer window closes on Friday at Midnight.

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