Fufa order Galiwango to compensate Express

The Fufa Dispute Resolution Chamber has concluded that Disan Galiwango breached an existing agreement with Express when he joined Vipers in June.

Galiwango displays his new Vipers shirt after completing switch

The player has, henceforth, been ordered to pay Express a total cost of Shs25m before he can get a playing license.

The ruling agreed that Galiwango should refund the Shs15m he signed on a pre-contract with Express last November.

“Disan is (also) ordered to pay compensation for breach of his obligations vis-à-vis the club, Express FC, under the preliminary contract/pre-contract in the amount of UGX10m,” reads in part the ruling.

“Disan shall not be issued a player’s licence until the total amount of UGX25m (is paid to Express).”

According to Vipers, they signed the player after expiry of his contract on June 30,

But Galiwango had committed to renewing his contract with that agreement he signed in November, in which he received Shs15m from Express.




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