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Onduparaka FC losses two Pioneer Players to Rival Clubs

Okot Oola told URN that he decided to quit because playing environment at the club was becoming unfavorable due to the game they won when Acholi province beat West Nile province at the Green Light stadium in Arua town early this year.
01 Aug 2019 18:01
Onduparaka FC has lost two of its pioneer players to rival clubs in the Uganda premier league in the ongoing transfer window.   

Rashid Toha who captained the club for more than two years has moved to Kitende based Vipers Football club while Okot Oola has moved to Bidco Uganda Limited BUL FC all at undisclosed fees.    

 

Toha has been with the Caterpillars for the last six years. He told URN in a telephone interview that he decided to transfer to another club to try a new challenge and get more exposure.  

Okot Oola told URN that he decided to quit because playing environment at the club was becoming unfavorable due to the game they won when Acholi province beat West Nile province at the Green Light stadium in Arua town early this year.  

Adams Lematia, the Club`s Public Relations Officer confirmed the exit of the players, saying the club has already embarked on finding their possible replacements. 

He says the club couldn’t stop the players from leaving the club because they were given better offers at their new clubs. 

The players helped Onduparaka FC finish 6th with 45 points on the 2018/19 Uganda premier league table.

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