Vipers SC defender Rashid Toha was left disappointed by abusive comments made by Onduparaka fans.
Rashid Toha made a decision to quit Onduparaka FC for Vipers SC which annoyed the fans.
When he returned to face his former club at Aba Bet Green Light Stadium in Arua City during Vipers 3-1, fans aimed abusive words towards him.
Rashid Toha condemn Ondu fans
In a statement published on Vipers’ social media pages, Toha has condemned the move by the fans saying it was uncalled for.
“It’s disappointing to see your people turning their backs on you, abusing and insulting, not just me but my innocent family,” Rashid Toha said.
“Onduparaka is a team that has contributed a lot in my football career and will always carry that with me.”
“Out here, I am identified with that and will always be proud of that. I also want the fans to know, no player is bigger than a club.”
“Players come and go but the club remains and life goes on and that’s exactly what happened to me,” he added.
“I needed to take the next step in my football career and am proud to say this.”
“I have never regretted my decision and will always wish the best for Onduparaka,” Rashid Toha further added.
“But I want to condemn what happened and I believe it was uncalled for but in the end, it is what it is and life goes on.”
“I want the fans to understand that we are human beings and have emotions too,” he further added.
A 3-1 win helped Vipers regain their lead at the top of the 16-team table with 24 points from 10 matches.