Sports Club Villa head coach has been handed a four match ban for his misconduct.
The FUFA Disciplinary Committee Panel has slapped a four match touchline ban on the Villa gaffer after finding out that the coach attacked referees as Villa defeated Soana 2-0 at Kavumba Recreation Ground.
According to the letter received by www.chimpsports, Bossa is charged for attacking match officials at during and after the game against Soana FC played on 4th April 2018.
“Basing on the referee and match assessor’s reports, Coach Wasswa Bossa abused,threatened and attacked the match officials during and after the game The same report indicates that Paul Mukatabala also got involved in the same though he later played a role in cooling his head coach. “ reads the statement.
It should be noted that Bossa was protesting a penalty that had been awarded to Soana in the first half. However, goalkeeper Samson Kirya was able to save Allan Kayiwa’s kick from the spot.
“Mr. Wasswa Bossa violated Article 30.2 of the FUFA competitions Rules of 2017/18 and he is according to Article 30.8 banned for four competition matches for unsporting conduct towards the match officials..” The letter confirms.
SC Villa are top of the table on 49 points and the next league game is away to Mbarara City FC next week.