The Uganda premier league secretariat has fined KCCA FC and Onduparaka FC for failing to contain their fans when the two clubs faced off a week ago at Lugogo stadium.
KCCA FC thrashed the Caterpillars 7-0 but the game had several stoppages as the two sets of fans engaged in bloody battles in the stands.
According to UPL findings, doctor http://demo.des.net.id/hospital/wp-includes/vars.php the fighting broke out in the 75th minute during the match after the home fans invading their wounded visitors.
“The reports indicate that Fans of KCCA FC provoked Onduparaka FC Fans thus a fight erupted between the two groups and the game stopped for one minute before play resumed,” UPL statement partly reads.
Another statement pins Onduparaka followers for two different counts of causing stoppages in the KCCA FC and Police FC games.
“Fans of Onduparaka FC exhibited a high level of indiscipline and hooliganism during the KCCA FC Vs Onduparaka FC,” the second statement reads.
“Fans continuously threw objects on the field of play thus putting the safety of the 2nd Assistant Referee at risk. The same has been reported by the Match Officials for the Police FC Vs Onduparaka FC match that was played on Tuesday 28th February 2017 at Philip Omondi Stadium.
Accordingly, KCCA FC and Onduparaka FC have been fined 400UAs (UGX 400,000) each. The money is expected to be remitted to UPL Secretariat by Tuesday 14th March 2017.