The Uganda Premier League match between Tooro United FC and Onduparaka FC has been called off due to licensing issues.
It is understood that the match could not be played as Tooro United could not field at least seven licensed players required to start a football game.
Sources at the St. Paul National Seminary Grounds in Fortportal claim that the troubled side had only four licensed players on Tuesday forcing officials to call off the game.
It should be noted that the Car Dealers saw up to 13 players refuse to travel for the game due to unpaid wages.
Most of the players who remained in Kampala are believed to be licensed which means that the game would have been played had they travelled.
Madhi Kibirige, Chrispas Kusima, Isa Lumu, Arthur Kiggundu, Musa Mukasa, Frederick Kigozi, Derrick Tekkwo, Godfrey Lwesibawa, Yafesi Mubiru, Mike Kawoya, John Ssemazzi, Steven Omvia and Steven Luswata all refused to travel for the game.
They claim that the new management led by Alice Namatovu promised to pay their 3-months salary arrears by January 3rd, 2019, something that was not fulfilled.
It is not yet clear what the decision regarding the game will be as Onduparaka presented seven licensed players for the match, a number which warrants a game of football to be played.
The two clubs are not the only teams that had issues with licenses as SC Villa who played against URA FC on the same day also had up to four players denied a chance to feature in that particular game for similar reasons.