Hassan Wasswa’s Case To Be Handled By American Judge

more about geneva; font-size: small;”>FIFA on Tuesday February 12th wrote to FUFA indicating that all the investigations into the case had been concluded and the matter handed over to Chuck Blazer for further consideration and final ruling.

According to Prof. Dr. Alkin Hassan the General Secretary to the Turkish FA, Wasswa’s contract in Turkey was terminated after he reportedly failed to honour several official invitations back to the club after playing for Uganda Cranes in the recent African Cup of Nations qualifier.

‘’Our affiliated club has terminated the contract between Hassan Wasswa and itself. For that reason, Club Kayseri Erciyessor objected to issuing of the ITC for player Hassan Wasswa’’, reads part of the Turkish FA letter to FIFA secretariat.

FIFA through Counsel Saskja Kuhn of the Players’ status committee had earlier given the Turkish FA up to February 12 to give a final response as to why they were holding onto Hassan Wasswa’s ITC.


Their response came on the eve of the ultimatum. The Cranes star’s sh. 20million move to KCCA therefore remains in balance until the appointed judge gives his final verdict.

Hassan Wasswa is a starter in the Cranes setup having marshaled the Ugandan midfield away to Kigali earlier this month.

Coach Bobby Williamson seems a worried figure especially if the player does not get involved in active football ahead of the World Cup qualifier away to Liberia in March.

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