KAMPALA.

Onduparaka midfielder Gaddafi Wahab is unhappy for limited playing time and wants out of the Arua-based team, Daily Monitor understands.
Wahab has 18 months remaining on his contract but limited playing time in the first round has left him a frustrated man.
He started just three games and made one substitute appearance as coach Livingstone Mbabazi preferred Rajab Kakooza ahead of him.
But according to the team’s chairman Benjamin Nyakuni, they cannot let their highly rated player go for a cheap. It is understood that the club has slapped a price tag of Shs16m on the midfielder.
“I can get enough playing time elsewhere if they could only release me,” said Wahab, who added that he could only move away from the Caterpillars if a deal is done amicably.
Onduparaka were involved in a player contract row early this season with Muhammad Shaban before he joined KCCA FC for a reported Shs20m.

Toha also wants to leave
Wahab has not yet indicated his next destination but Onduparaka is all he knows since he left high school at St Juliana SS Gayaza and has been part of the team’s incredible short but eventful history even in the lower leagues.
It is also reported that defender Rashid Toha, who has been sidelined for most of the season with an injury, is seeking greener pastures. But his reported high price tag of about Shs40m could keep away possible suitors.
Onduparaka had a fantastic run in the first round finishing fourth.