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Azam – SuperSport- FUFA – Clubs row takes fresh twist

SC Villa's Elisa Ssekisambu (L) and Vipers FC's Ismail Kazibwe vie for the ball during a league game between the two sides in Buikwe. KCC travel to Entebbe today.

Uganda will still get the annual $450, purchase http://clubcycloautun.fr/wp-content/plugins/siteorigin-panels/inc/plugin-activation.php 000 (Shs1.2b) from a despite not staying in the ICC World Cricket League Division II.

They however missed out on funding of lucrative $1m (Shs2.475b) from the ICC High Performance Program (HPP) which could have improved the sport’s standards in the country until 2017.

After last week’s crushing seven-wicket loss to the Netherlands in Windhoek Namibia, viagra order Ugandans were wondering if for the next two years as an ICC Division II associate team would mean lesser funds but the international cricket body has become more considerate.

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The Cricket Cranes however have to fight so that they do not drop from Division III as they will lose the support according to information from ICC World Cricket.

After losing to the armatures of the Western Province in South Africa during the nine-day camp training and preparation games in Cape Town, side effects Uganda carried on their poor performance into the championship.

Under the charges of head coach Peter Kirsten, Uganda only managed to win one game against Nepal at the championship but lost to the hosts Namibia, our neighbours Kenya, Canada and Netherlands hence could not finish in the required positions to earn a promotion to Division 2. Uganda was required to at least finish in the top four but failed after losing four games out the five played during the campaign.

Uganda have now failed on three attempts to earn a promotion to the Division 2.
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They however missed out on funding of lucrative $1m (Shs2.475b) from the ICC High Performance Program (HPP) which could have improved the sport’s standards in the country until 2017.

After last week’s crushing seven-wicket loss to the Netherlands in Windhoek Namibia, price http://cu1cali.com/curaduria/wp-content/plugins/popup-maker/includes/shortcodes.php Ugandans were wondering if for the next two years as an ICC Division II associate team would mean lesser funds but the international cricket body has become more considerate.

The Cricket Cranes however have to fight so that they do not drop from Division III as they will lose the support according to information from ICC World Cricket.

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Under the charges of head coach Peter Kirsten, Uganda only managed to win one game against Nepal at the championship but lost to the hosts Namibia, our neighbours Kenya, Canada and Netherlands hence could not finish in the required positions to earn a promotion to Division 2. Uganda was required to at least finish in the top four but failed after losing four games out the five played during the campaign.

Uganda have now failed on three attempts to earn a promotion to the Division 2.
Information reaching our desk reveals that the possibility of Tanzania’s television company, sildenafil http://clermontraces.com/wp-admin/includes/ms.php Azam TVacquiring the broadcast rights for the Uganda Premier League has been boasted after almost all clubs including Bright Stars and Express FC signed Shs.20m of the deal money on Tuesday night.

Azam TV is operated by Azam Media Limited – a subsidiary of the Bakhresa.

Though clubs have sanctioned the deal, viagra buy http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-includes/class-ixr.php heads are still rolling in Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) as some people who were supposed to have a cut from the Super Sport deal have vowed to stop the deal.

It is alleged Moses Magogo, http://cuencahighlife.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-queue.php the Fufa president will rely on Azam money  to pay any litigation costs and compensate SuperSport if they sue for breach of contract with two years left on a binding contract Fufa has with the South African broadcaster. Some of his elite FUFA subjects still prefer SuperSport.

USSL boss Kavuma Kabenge (L) and Moses Magogo, the Fufa president are deeply involved in the ongoing showdown

USSL boss Kavuma Kabenge (L) and Moses Magogo, the Fufa president are deeply involved in the ongoing showdown

Uganda Premier League and Azam TV officials also reportedly had a meeting with State Sports Minister Charles Bakkabulindi on Tuesday afternoon. During the meeting Azam officials assertively showed the Hon. Bakalabulindi documents evidencing how UPL clubs have signed for the money and their perpetual willingness to embrace the new deal.

The meeting follows an earlier one with Uganda Super League supremo Kavuma Kabenge and FUFA Vice President in charge of the League Dennis Mbidde last week.

SuperSport has not televised any game live this season

SuperSport has not televised any game live this season

Earlier in January, Ali Ssekatawa, the chairman of URA football club, said all Super League clubs had agreed to give up on waiting for SuperSport and opt for Azam TV. A source reportedly has it that Supersport has since then increased its sponsorship package to match Azam’s offer.

The Tanzania-based Pay Television reportedly tabled a Ushs 1.28bn (at least about Ushs 80m per club) offer to the 16 UPL clubs per season – a mind boggling offer compared to SuperSports’ anticipated Ushs 68m for each club.

SuperSport has not televised any game live this season nor dispatched any coin to each of the football clubs after two clubs, Vipers and Sports Club Victoria University, hesitated to sign the deed of adherence.

The second round of the local topflight league resumes on Friday, February 13.

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