The trio has announced their retirement from international football, opting to focus on their clubs.
This comes after Magogo’s claims that players who represented the country in CHAN did not deserve to get paid for their poor displays.
Magogo says otherwise
Many believe it contributed to the decisions made by the aforementioned players, but the administrator has stated otherwise.
“You can choose what to say, but the fact is I have enjoyed a different but personal relationship with Wasswa, Onyango, and Azira beyond football,” Magogo said before adding.
“Whereas it is the norm for players to retire from the national team at this age and have a few more years for club football.”
“It does not take away the emotions of retirement. As a serious administration, we indeed saw this reality coming and planned for it.”
“As anyone who has played football, that moment comes when only you feel how you feel.”
“When the body and the mind get a conversation, then the inevitable difficult decision comes.”
“If you refuse to take a hard decision, the decision takes itself,” he added.
Of the three players, Azira was the latest one to announce his retirement after Wasswa and Onyango.