Sports Club Villa has been ordered to pay Emanuel Kalyowa monies amounting to 11,700,000/= (Eleven Million seven hundred thousand shillings) accumulated in arrears within 30 days from today 25.8.2020 by the FUFA Dispute Resolution chamber.
The Federation revealed the decision via their Facebook page and ruled that the Jogoos who have in the recent past been accused of failing to pay their players for more than six months will have to pay the player by the stipulated date, else face further sanctions.
In July 2020, Emmanuel Kalyowa on his Facebook page accused his employers SC Villa of failing to honor their part of the bargain for over 10 months and was the moment when the player called onto the FUFA to intervene on the matter.
Kalyowa’s actions were fueled by the club’s confirmation that they had released the midfielder alongside other eight players who included; Brian Nsubuga, Albert Mugisa, Hood Kakooza, Charles Lwanga, Ambrose Kirya, Samson Kirya, Ibrahim Kibumba, and Ronald Magwali.
Kalyowa has been directed to forward his account number to SC Villa and notify the chamber of each payment.
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