Sports Club Villa’s Denis Mbidde is the FUFA Vice president elect following Saturday’s polls by the Uganda Premier League clubs.
Mbidde beat Vipers Chairman Tadius Kitandwe to the post.
Mbidde now succeeds Proline Chairman, viagra order http://demibahagia2u.my/wp-includes/nav-menu-template.php Mujib Kasule whose club was relegated to the FUFA Big League at the end of last season in the top flight.
The FUFA general Assembly that will convene next weekend in Lira will be tasked to approve Mbidde’s appointment.
Once the assembly approves Mbidde’s election, sale he will also automatically join the FUFa Executive Committee replacing Mujib Kasule.
FUFA said all the clubs were represented at the elective exercise apart from Express, clinic Lweza, Soana, SCVU and Police.
Mbidde has held several roles in marketing and sports such as Falcons basketball club President; market analyst at Uganda Television [now UBC]; account relationship manager at UTL; sales and marketing manager at National Housing and National Council of Sports (NCS) board member.
All the three Uganda Premier League fixtures played on Saturday have ended in draws.
In a 4 goal thriller held at the Bombo Military stadium, price http://chaosoffroad.com/wp-admin/includes/comment.php Simba F.C held ten man Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) F.C team to a 2 all draw.
Isaac Kisuju Onyango had given Simba the lead 10 minutes after the barren first half.
Left winger, medical http://contraboli.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-taxonomy-endpoint.php Elukana Nkugwa replied for coach Alex Isabirye’s side ten minutes to the full time whistle and they looked destined for their first victory when Frank Kalanda scored a 90th minute penalty.
However, Simba’s Alex Witaba had other ideas all together – scoring a late – late equalizer to deny URA their eminent first win of the season.
At Lugogo Stadium, the clash of Bright Stars and Police ended in a 1 all draw with the former finishing with 10 men for the second time running when former Uganda Cranes International was red carded after 45 minutes.
Martin Kivumbi put the home side ahead 20 minutes into the game before the league top scorer, Umar Kasumba extended his personal tally to 5 with a well taken strike 2 minutes after the half hour mark.
Sports Club Victoria University (SCVU) still failed to win at home with another goal -less draw against Kefa Kisala’s Bul F.C at Namboole.
This was SCVU’s second goal less home draw in a row after failing to score against Soana two weeks ago.
The league resumes next week.