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“Following security and other risks assessment, the FCC (Fufa Competitions Committee) has been directed to reschedule the matches,” read a statement from the federation.
Bright Stars had earlier on (Tuesday) lost their Uganda Cup quarterfinal to a star studded SC Victoria University team at Namboole Stadium.
The game will be preceded by the Koboko vs Soana clash scheduled for Thursday, 2rd at Lugazi to determined the third and final club to join Bright Stars and CRO in the Super League next season.
Entrance will be 3,000/- and 2,000/-.