Ugandan players dismissed by Police Football Club for match-fixing
Former Uganda international defender Godfrey Kateregga and Saddat Kyambadde have been sacked by Police Football Club for match-fixing.
"These players confessed," said the club's chairman Assan Kasingye. "Other players also admitted that the pair were always trying to convince them to throw away matches for money."
Kasingye added the club had carried out an investigation before taking action.
BBC Sport has been unable to reach the players for a comment.
Kasingye, who is the Assistant Inspector General of Police and Director of INTERPOL and International Relations in Uganda, continued: "This match fixing by some senior players has been discovered as one of the problems we have been facing. It is not only in our club, but also other clubs in the country."
In November. Azam Uganda Premier League side URA FCsuspended Fahad Kawooya and Oscar Agaba for alleged match-fixing.
And in May, Uganda's most successful side SC Villa also suspended five players for the same problem of match-fixing.