The League will return to action after almost five months. The last contest ended prematurely after the outbreak of the second wave of Covid-19 that forced the President to suspend all sporting activities.
“The FUFA Competitions Department has postponed the Semifinals of the Stanbic Uganda Cup that were due to be played between 19th and 30th August 2021. The decision was taken to give the National team more time to continue with preparations for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifiers as the Uganda Cranes will play against Kenya and Mali next month. The Competitions Department will communicate new dates”. Hussein revealed
FUFA’s Competition Director, Aisha Nalule, says that both semifinals will take place at the respective home grounds of the teams involved. However, all matches will take place behind closed doors as directed by the president.
This morning, Robert Kabushenga took to his tweeter handle, cautioning the newly appointed gaffer not to cry again if he is not paid like it was the case before. “Coach Micho, I hope this time you have been paid in advance. Unless of course you are returning as a volunteer. If they pickpocket you again don’t come here to make noise for us,” Kabushenga said in a tweet.
“All Star Times UPL matches scheduled for Saturday 19th June 2021 and Sunday 20th June 2021 have been postponed; FUFA will give further guidance on the remaining match days in the near future” -Ahmed Hussein
According to Magogo, FUFA in partnership with the Uganda Beach Soccer Association will extend the sport to different Universities and schools and other regions in a bid to make it popular around the country.
The squad will have a residential camp at the FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru starting this Friday on 7th where they will undergo different training sessions under the guidance of head coach Salim Muwonge.
According to Mutyaba the Football governing body under the leadership of Magogo has diverted public funds, exercised discrimination and abused office which is contrary to the sections 2,6 and 11 of the anti-corruption of 2009.
Three senior players including Goalkeeper and skipper Denis Masinde Onyango, midfielders Michael Azira and Hassan Wasswa Mawanda retired within a space of one-week driving speculation on the state of affairs in Uganda Cranes camp.