With 9 games to end the season, one would expect clubs in the Uganda premier league to be tightening themselves and heading into every game like it’s a final.
However, news reaching in indicate how relegation threatened Malaba Youth Development Association (MYDA) FC crises keep piling up everyday.
This is after one of their strikers Lebanese Ahmed Hussein Saleh has departed the club after a mutual agreement between both parties.
This comes barely after the club sacking of their head coach Abdul Samadu Musafiri.
The problems for the league rookies seem to keep piling up and if things are to go the way they currently are, then next season they will be plying their trade in the FUFA big league.
The club currently sit in 15th position at 9points 14 behind the safest place occupied by Wakiso Giants who have 23 points.
Saleh who has a good CV on him at one time trained with the West Ham academy in his teenage years before his family relocated to Africa.
He is well remembered in the Uganda premier league after he netted a brace against Wakiso Giants at the Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium in a game that ended 2-2 for either side.
“Ahmed Hussein Saleh terminated the employment contract at MYDA Football Club and returned to Tanzania where he expects to play football at the time being”
said an official from MYDA.
Saleh went back to Tanzania to join his family a few weeks ago and it is rumored that he will sign for one of the top clubs in Tanzania where he continue his career.