Furious SC Villa chairman slaps player over lack of responsibility

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Denis Musanje

SC Villa managed to move within touching distance of leaders Kitara after they beat Mbarara City Muteesa II stadium Wankulukuku.

The win did however not come on a silver platter, Villa players had to be reminded about the weight of the jersey they were putting on and what it meant to fight for the points.

Umaru Lutalo had given the record league champions a lead through a perfectly executed free kick but towards the half time break, their lead was cancelled by Henry Kitegenyi.

Villa president Hajji Omar Mandela believed his players did not take enough responsibility and one player who faced his wrath was midfielder Ronald Sekiganda

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The top man accused the Cranes midfielder of petulance and negligence after wasting a series of opportunities and not putting in enough effort compared to his usual standards.

Sekiganda is one of Villa’s key men and he is expected to lift the team.

A source close to Swift Sports reveal that he slapped him and asked him to get serious with the job at hand, “Lwaki ozannyira mu sente zange? “. A furious Mandela asked Sekiganda.

The midfielder returned for the second half but was later replaced by the enterprising Abas Kyeyune and Villa managed to scoop the victory thanks to Hakim Kiwanuka’s goal.

The Jogoos are now 5 points shy of top places Kitara with 2 games in hand

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