Express FC fans call for club CEO’s resignation

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Angry Express FC fans are calling for the resignation of CEO Isaac Mwesigwa following their 2-1 defeat to arch rivals SC Villa at the Muteesa II Stadium in Wankulukuku.

After the game at Wankulukuku on Sunday, Express fans stormed the dressing room in search for the club CEO.

They claim that he is the reason behind their struggles.

Some of the fans attacked the players for their poor display against SC Villa who were reduced to 10 men after only 59 minutes.

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According to the fans, players should not turn up for games if they feel disgruntled for none payment of their salaries and wages.

Before their UPL second round opener against UPDF FC last month, the players met with club Chairman Kiryowa Kiwanuka who promised to fix things at the club.

Kiryowa the Government Attorney General revealed to the players who had arrears rising to four months that they had not been paid in time since the economy is not performing well across.

He however promised to clear their arrears and committed himself to the club.

Express last won a league game when they beat Busoga United in a game that was abandoned in November last year due to fans’ hooliganism

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Since then, the James Odoch coached side have only garnered 7 points out of the possible 30 in 10 games.

They are currently 11th on the Uganda Premier league table with 18 points collected in 17 games.

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