CECAFA: Empty Stands Force Free Entry

page geneva;”>This comes on the back heel of a near empty Namboole Stadium for the first group games forcing sponsors and organisers to move in and address the embarrassment.

abortion geneva;”>Apart from the Uganda-Kenya opening match at the weekend which registered just over 10, visit this site 000 people, the rest of the games at the 42,000 capacity stadium have been watched by headcounts.

“This is to inform the public that all the remaining group stage matches excluding Friday (Kenya vs Ethiopia and South Sudan vs Uganda) will be watched free,” reads in part a statement from the Cecafa media office which was dispatched on Tuesday evening.

“In a joint announcement from the Fufa president Lawrence Mulindwa, EABL Managing Director Alasdair Musselwhite and Cecafa General Secretary Nicholas Musonye, it was further resolved that for the Cranes match day on Friday, women will watch the two games free.”


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