Alupo Moves To Halt FUFA Super League


this site geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 115%;”>According to reliable sources, about it Alupo recently wrote to Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi to be granted permission to stop the preparations of FUFA Super League for the 2013/2014 season.

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Amidst controversies, Clubs that played in last season’s FUFA Super league convened last week at Ariraang Hotel in Kampala to pave way for the new season.

The FUFA Super League Committee under the chairmanship of Haji Abass Kawasi Mukasa had set August 20 as the date for the league to kickoff.

Alupo reportedly told Mbabazi that it was not proper to allow two leagues to run at ago.

During the Clubs’ meeting, Kira Young and Vipers SC agreed that any club that takes part in another league will be automatically pushed out of FUFA Super League.

The same was agreed upon by the same clubs at the beginning of last season though they didn’t abide by the terms of the agreement.

It remains unclear whether clubs will be patient enough this time to play in one league that has no sponsorship.

Many of the club officials contacted to comment on minister’s move to stop the league refused to comment.


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