Fufa president Eng. Moses Magogo has congratulated his predecessor Lawrence Mulindwa upon completion of the St. Mary’s stadium in Kitende.
CAF club Licensing committee inspected the stadium, pill http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-admin/includes/media.php now owned by Vipers SC, ed on Tuesday, information pills assessed the developments and cleared the stadium to start holding competitive matches that include CAF games.
In his letter, Magogo noted that he was privy to the fact of Mulindwa’s personal contribution to the construction of the stadium and conveyed his sincere gratitude.
“We are all aware of the dire state of infrastructure for international, national and regional, district and village football matches and any efforts by individuals, clubs, organizations and government must be applauded,” Magogo noted.
“On my own behalf and that of FUFA and the entire football community, I am glad to convey our sincere gratitude for the time, finance and human resources invested in the project of the Stadium.”
Vipers SC will now relocate to the stadium with their first game on March 10th against South Africa’s Platinum Stars in a CAF confederation cup first round clash.