Express FC has suspended club Captain, Julius Ntambi for alleged indiscipline and misconduct.
PML Daily understand that the indiscipline cases are related to match fixing practices including during Express’s 2-0 loss at home to Onduparaka FC last Saturday.
In a letter dated 6th December and signed by Express chairman, Kiryowa Kiwanuka, it is indicated that the captain has been suspended indefinitely from the club.
“In Express FC’s drive to excellence, discipline in its facets shall be and remains fundamental building block, read the latter.
“Express maintains a policy of zero tolerance to indiscipline.
“Mr. Julius Ntambi’s conduct has been found wanting in several aspects and it’s now the subject of investigation. We therefore inform the Express family and entire footballing fraternity that Mr. Ntambi has been suspended indefinitely, as investigations into the alleged indiscipline and misconduct are concluded.
Ntambi was named Express FC captain in September this year.
He has previously featured for URA FC and Kira Young and was a key feature in the Cranes team that took part in the 2014 CHAN tournament in South Africa.
Express become the second Uganda Premier League club to suspend their captain due to alleged match fixing after Nyamityobora did likewise two games into the current campaign.