The Uganda Premier League is set to launch an investigation on the bizarre incident that happened on Friday evening, viagra 60mg medical http://cippico.com/wp/wp-includes/simplepie/exception.php in a Premier league match between Express FC and SC Villa .
The match was called off was marred by crowd violence forcing it to end in the 83rd minute when Erias Ssekisambu equalized for the visitors to cancel out John Semazzi’s 50th minute goal that had put the hosts into the lead..
Speaking of the incident, generic a UPL official who refused to be named owing to the sensitive of the matter, more about said it is shocking, and that they shall look at the referees and the match commissioners’ report to see the way forward.
“If we are not able to resolve the matter internally, we shall take it to the committee to decide. It is a not rare incident, but a very bad mistake because the centre referee would have taken care of the situation,” he said.
It remains to be seen how Uganda Premier League will handle the matter as the season reaches homestretch with a few matches to go.
In the first round encounter in Mityana, where the game was also abandoned with Villa leading 2-1, stones arrived from the Express end, and some were returned from the Blues. UPL evoke Article 32(1) of Fufa Competitions Rules 2014/2015, which states that “For the first occurrence of an offence, the fine shall be equal to 1.0 x fine stipulated,” to deduct three points from Express and award three and as many goals to Villa.
SC Villa Coach Sam Simbwa however described the Express players abandoning the match, as a very sensitive issue, and requested UPL together with Fufa to follow the law.
However, Express coach Wasswa Bbosa defended his side as not responsible for the mistake, but put the blame on match officials.