Besides being dislodged from the summit of Azam Uganda Premier League by KCCA Fc and Vipers SC, decease http://deborahmillercounselor.com/wp-includes/media-template.php Express FC has another internal issue to sort out following a stern warning sent to the club’s assistant coach Waswa Bbosa by the league organizers of the topflight league about his unprofessional conduct during matches.
“As per the referees report of AUPL match #14 Express FC Vs Maroons FC played on Tuesday 29th September 2015, buy information pills the coach of Express FC Wasswa Bbosa was reported to have behaved unprofessionally by shouting at the referees,” AUPL letter partly stated.
“This action could have incited violence and puts the game into disrepute. The same coach conducted himself similarly during the AUPL match#32 Bright Stars FC Vs Express FC played on Tuesday 15 th September 2015 at Matuga.”
“Henceforth, the Secretariat is issuing a strong and last warning to coach Wasswa Bbosa to desist from this kind of unprofessional and improper conduct. Otherwise, a harsher sanction (s) will be meted on him as per the competition rules.”
Lweza hosted SC Villa on Tuesday, a match that was not exempted from controversies that led to six players being cautioned with two in the pack receiving matching orders.
Both Nestroy kizito and Abubakar Yunus will miss out the next matches after receiving matching orders during and after the game for gross misconduct.
“Lweza FC accumulated more than 4 (four) cards during the above match. Pursuant to Article 20(5) of FUFA Competitions Rules, the club is fined 50UAs (Shs50.000) payable before those individual players are fielded for any AUPL match. Lweza FC is advised to control the players’ discipline. Otherwise, the Secretariat will not hesitate to impose more stringent actions against them and/or the club,” AUPL concluded.