Budding coach Allan Kabonge has come out to dispute allegations that he left Buddu county FC over indiscipline cases.
Buddu County FC earlier came out to announce the sacking of their head coach Allan Kabonge in a statement that was put on their social media platforms alleging indiscipline of their manager behind his sacking, something the vocal coach is not in agreement with.
To all my Buddu fans, I did my work and thanks for loving me, but you should change your officials then I will come back next season, They failed to pay me and they call it indiscipline! My Buddu fans have left you in Quarter finals. He stated on social media
The former Aurum Roses, Onduparaka, PBA FC manager says Buddu officials failed to pay his Shs 3m as per the agreement and its the reason why he had to leave in an exclusive interview with Sports256.com
In fact it was the fans that raised the concern to management over my payment after resurrecting their Quarter final hopes winning three consecutive games i was in charge which wasnot an easy task. I will miss the players with whom we had a very good working relationship with the players well and take their career to the next level but if the officials have called asking for my money indiscipline then its a lesson not to work again with out full payment. But I think every worker deserve to be paid, I was demanding them 3 millions at the time they thought am indisciplined. Kabonge told Sports256
Kabonge won all the three matches he was in charge after the departure of Charles Livingston Mbabazi and guided them to the quarter finals from a tough Butikiro(B) group
Kabonge’s Buddu defeated Kooki away 1-0, Beat Bulemezi 2-1 at home and beat Mawogola 1-0 away
Buddu and Bulemezi hardly made it to the quarter finals from a tough group that had former champions Mawokota