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FUFA spokesperson Rogers Mulindwa however did not elaborate on whether this was because of fitness problems or due to injuries.
Ali Kalyango who joined refereeing in 1995 and obtained FIFA status in 2004, an elite referee who is actually regarded as Uganda’s best was however announced among the four Ugandan referees including Ali Kalyango , Batte Dennis , Kanakulya Khalifan and Bugembe Dennis would officiate the Orange CAF Champions League match between Rwandan army side APR and Burundi’s Vitalo.
Rogers Mulindwa however announced new dates January 25th for the FUFA referees who failed and those who never turned up for the tests and stressed that the new tests will be done on March 9th 23rd respectively.
Referees who missed the fitness test;
Mufta Fred,Kalema David, Alicemari Ismail, Nsubuga Brian, Kabiito Ronnie, Candia Christopher, Ssenkumba William, Sendege Juma, Dradriga Richard, Ssekimwanyi Ali, Jjaggwe Hassan, Bunya Paul, Tulu Muzamir, Muhamad Ali, Onyango Michael, Kizito Rahman, Kunihira Patrick, Ongwen Betty, Mukasa Diana, Andu Samuel, Gatuwe Difasi, Bakisula Ali, Endroma B Andima, Kaziba Suleiman, Oloya William, Uyirwoth Pascal, Apangu G. William, Muhindo Juliet, Byamukama Fred, Geria Isaac, Kamulegeaya Viola, Aluonzi Stephen, Nsubuga Faisal, Bemanya Onesmus, Kalema David
Failed the fitness test;
Kalema Ronnie, Kongola Ahmed, Ssonko Jackson, Andama William, Kawooya Abbey, Nankabirwa Betty, Lukenge Moses, Omolo Bob, Katabaazi Ronald, Segawa Haruna, Matovu John Iga, Anguyo Elias, Mutonyi Jane, Nakirya Stella, Mayanja Abdul, Kalubi Moses, Zimula Mugwanya, Muwonge Steven, Kodet Samuel Mundia, Mayanja Musa, Nanyonjo Irene, Kayongo Ronald, Kimyalo Kenneth.