FUFA Suspends Super League

cheap geneva; font-size: small;”>The suspension comes at a time when the Super league second round matches are slated to kick off tomorrow at various stadiums.

In a statement released by the federations’ publicist Rogers Mulindwa, FUFA has also given an ultimatum of ten days to enable the clubs show compliance to enforcing the ban of Mr. Kavuma Kabenge and Ssegawa Ebil by the Disciplinary Committee.

The meeting further directed there must be the re-constitution of the USL management board to comprise 16 directors and re-align statutes in accordance to association football rules.

FUFA also instructed the reinstatement of Hoima-Busia FC in the Uganda Super League.

“If the clubs do not comply by January 30, 2012 the Federation will have no option but withdraw the authority to run the Uganda Super League as provided for in the FUFA constitution,” Mulindwa noted.

“In the meantime, the Federation has fixed Monday January 23, 2012 to meet all the sponsors of the Uganda Super League and the Uganda Super League Club owners in a joint meeting at Imperial Royale Hotel at 1300hrs,” Mulindwa concluded.

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