The Saints FC have been awarded three points and three goals after CRO FC failed to comply with FUFA directives to enable the Federation’s competitions committee refix the aborted game.
FUFA’s Competitions manager Ali Mwebe on January 6th wrote to CRO asking them to compensate The Saints for costs incurred when they failed to honor a December 6 FUFA Big League fixture at Namboole Stadium.
The Saints was ready for CRO and the match officials were also present at Namboole but CRO failed to turn up to play. The Saints and match officials waited for an hour and the game was called off.
CRO later wrote to FUFA saying they had failed to honour the fixture after their vehicle got a mechanical breakdown enroute to Namboole.
FUFA rules are clear and state that in such a scenario the game could be refixed but CRO would have to first compensate The Saints costs for the aborted game.
FUFA duly wrote to CRO giving them the deadline of January 13 to compensate The Saints. CRO failed to comply FCC awarded The Saints three points and three goals in accordance with FUFA rules.
Mwebe wrote: ‘FCC decision emphasized that; ‘Further penalty in accordance to the rules will be taken in case of non compliance…CRO therefore loses the match, nurse buy http://coastalperiodontics.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-language-pack-upgrader.php three points and three goals to The Saints FC.”
The Saints Chairman Johnson Musinguzi said: “The FUFA rules are clear, every club knows them, as The Saints, we would have wanted to play CRO, we were ready, but the game has rules and they must be respected by all.”
Andrew Lwanga a WBS journalist who was battered by Old Kampala DPC Jorum Mwesigye last evening at Old Kampala has been transferred from Mulago hospital to St Francis hospital in Nsambya for further medical attention.
Lwanga is admitted in Regina Surgical ward where he is receiving concentrated treatment according to Joseph Kawuki, http://consolibyte.com/scripts/build/build_20130629/quickbooks.php Andrew’s brother.
He informed us that Lwanga told them on the way from Mulago that he was feeling too much pain in the stomach and headache.
This evening Lwanga has been taken to a Scan to figure out the internal cause of the pain.
Dr. Edward Dumba a doctor who is leading the medical team looking after Andrew advised visitors to give the patient the whole of today to rest.
“I would advise all those who want to visit Lwanga to do it tomorrow because he needs ample time to relax and rest” advised Dumba
On Monday evening at Old Kampala, treat http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/wc-account-functions.php Old Kampala DPC Jorum Mwesigye roughed up Andrew together with other journalists and hit hitting him with an electric cable on the head.
The DPC has since been detained at Central Police Station and dismissed from all police duties “until further notice.
Police today issues an apology to the maltreated reporter and the media fraternity.