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South Sudan Team Rejects FUFA Accommodation Facilities

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ambulance geneva;”>The tournament rules provide that the hosting nation must accommodate, feed and avail internal transport for the visiting team.

The Ugandan team remained stranded at Juba International Airport for over 4 hours as no information related to their accommodation was available till fresh arrangements had to be done from Kampala.

The federation said it had already notified the relevant football authorities for compensation of lost funds. We had also incurred costs in booking for their stay at Grand Global Hotel in Makerere. They are currently residing at SHINE Hotel in Kansanga on a private arrangement.

The Ugandan girls walloped South Sudan 9-0 in the first leg played in Juba.

The match will be played at KCCA stadium in Lugogo at 4:00pm on Saturday at a charge of shs5, 000 per each entrant.

A set of Rwandese female referees led by Ms Tuyishime Angelique and Salma Mukansange as the standby referee are in charge of the match.

M/s Murangwa Sandrine and M/s Ingabire Francine are the first and second assistant referees respectively. These were expected in Kampala on Friday morning aboard Rwanda Air.

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