Vipers SC Director Haruna Kyobe has cautioned midfielder David Bagoole to change his attitude if he wants to continue with a successful playing career.
Kyobe, appearing on NBS, said the midfielder is always home-sick and was never contented to play football outside the Busoga region.
Vipers unveiled Bagoole in August 2020 but he has failed to impress, and is reportedly leaving the club.
“Bagoole must change his attitude and the element of Busoga which is still stuck into his head as he is too home sick,” Kyobe stated.
“He cannot be satisfied when playing for a club in outside the Busoga region.”
According to Kyobe, the midfielder could travel back home in Busoga every after a match-day and calling him back to the club was not that easy.
“Even though we finish a game at 8pm, or land in Kampala late in the night, Bagoole had to board to Jinja and he could even spend over four days there.
“If Bagoole is still considering football as a job, he must change his attitude and develop into a professional player.”
Bagoole started his career at Busembatia Town Council before moving to SC Villa in 2014.
He later joined Sofapaka of Kenya in 2015 where he spent one and half years before switching to La Passe of Seychelles in July 2016 until February 2017 when he returned home and joined BUL FC.
He also had spells at Police FC, Baza Holdings OC Bukavu Dawa of the Democratic Republic of Congo and later to Busoga United.