Uganda premier League newcomers Blacks Power FC have indefinitely suspended their defender Mike Kawooya.
The club said in its statement released on 3rd this month that they made a routine check up on all players on 2nd/october/2022 and it was found that Kawooya was missing in the camp, without even being given permission from any of the authorities in the club.
And he only returned to camp the following morning on 3rd , but drunk, out of order and hence caused inconveniences within the players who were resting in the camp.
With such un acceptable behaviours, the club took action to send the defender home.
The club statement reads:
“On 3rd/October/2022 about 7:00 am, you arrived at the camp extremely drunk and out of order. You caused inconveniences to the players resting in their beds as you for es some of them out.
“With such character, you certainly didn’t give time for your recovery and healing, something we all believe puts the club at a loss to keep a player who has no personal discipline and professional public conduct, reads part of the statement from Blacks Power.
“With such acts, the club made the a decision to indefinitely suspend the player with effect from 4th/October/2022.”
Furthermore, the defender has been told to return all club properties in possession to the club premises.
It is a big blow for Kawooya, who recently joined Blacks Power in the just concluded transfer market.
He had joined the Lira based club as a free agent ever since ending his spell at Arua Hill, a side he helped during their promotion to the top flight league.
Previously, Kawooya featured for Tooro United, Bul, Busoga United and Kakamega FC in Kenya.
This season, Blacks Power were handed a rude welcome to the UPL with a 5-0 loss to Bul last week on Saturday.
They will be back in action this Wednesday as they Visit Busoga United at Kakindu.