Express FC contested the of Galiwango Disan to Vipers in a four-year deal claiming they already had a deal with him.
The red eagles filed a case with the Federation of Uganda Football Association (Fufa) Dispute Resolution Chamber against the left-back claiming that they had agreed a contract in principle with the whose contract was set to expire this summer. In the same case, Express also claims that Disan signed on the dotted line back in November 2019 for a contract worth UGX 15M.
The Federation of Uganda Football Association (Fufa) Dispute Resolution Chamber on the 2nd of September offered their judgment after Express FC sought resolution over the matter.
The 22-year-old defender has now been ordered to pay Express FC a lamp sum of UGX 25m for breach of contract or he risks not receiving a playing license ahead of the new season scheduled to start on the 17th of October 2020.
After the judgment was passed, Express FC have responded to it through their CEO who stated that they were glad the case was concluded with football winning before going ahead to wish the young left-back a bright future. “We’re glad the Disan Galiwango case has seen closure. As a club we let football win. We didn’t want to drag this issue for so long. The club wishes Disan Galiwango success in his new adventure.”
Galiwango who was found guilty of breaching a contract close will be hoping to clear his obligations so as to start next season with no destruction.