Adagala: Muhoroni Youth will not pay for breach of contract

Moses Adagala reveals to Goal that Sports Tribunal has not served the club with a notice to compensate three players

Muhoroni Youth owner Moses Adagala says Sports Disputes Tribunal has not served the club with a notice to compensate three players.

The Sports Tribunal had directed Muhoroni to pay Andrew Ssekayombya, Kevin Otieno and Victor Omune a sum totaling to Sh2 million. Adagala now says that the players breached their own contracts and he is not obliged to compensate them.

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"Some people never cease to amaze, how can we pay people, who breached their contracts? To cut the long story short, I have not even received any communication from the SDT asking me to compensate the players. Once I receive the same then we will take the necessary action, but for now we are preparing for this weekend's match," Adagala told Goal.

Muhoroni suffered a 1-0 defeat last weekend away to Kakamega Homeboyz thanks to Wycliffe Ochomo's penalty.

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