KCCA, Onduparaka Regret Violence at Omondi Stadium

KCCA FC and Onduparaka FC have issued statements to apologize on the ugly scenes that were witnessed on Saturday as the table leaders smashed their visitors 7-0 at Philip Omondi Stadium.

The caterpillars’ fans were reported to have pelted objects after KCCA FC’s Allan Okello scored his first goal of the day in the eleventh minute.

The episode was short lived but resumed on a bigger scale some minutes towards the end when home fans crossed their line to provoke the already frustrated away troupe.

The altercation built up and Chaos ensued leading to a blood berth where some fans walked away with injuries.

“Allow us take this opportunity to applaud the fans that turned up in big numbers for the Azam Uganda Premier League tie between KCCA FC and Onduparaka that was  played on Saturday 25th February 2017 at the Philip Omondi Stadium in Lugogo, medicine ” KCCA FC statement reads in part.

“KCCA FC however wish to regret the incidents that marred what had been a very good entertaining game. We have scheduled engagements with security organizations to discuss possible ways of improving players and fans safety on match days, ” KCCA Management further wrote.

The club further promised to cater for all medical bills of the fans who were injured in the scuffle until they attain full recovery.

Onduparaka to take measures.


“We wish to assure fans, clubs, referees and stewards that what happened yesterday was an isolated incidence and extra measures shall be put in place to sensitise our fans ahead of upcoming games,” Onduparaka management wrote.

“We shall hold each individual responsible for their actions on ensuring that these acts don’t repeat themselves and we urge KCCA FC to do the same,” the club wrote on their portal.

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