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10:20
10:20

FUFA Finally Clears SC Villa To Feature in Uganda Premier League 1

“FUFA has directed its various Bodies concerned with the organization of the FUFA Competitions to include Sports Club Villa in the FUFA Competitions fixtures inclusive of the fixtures of the 2021/22 Uganda Premier League with immediate effect”. Statement from FUFA
18:43
18:43

All Players Vaccinated Against Covid-19 Ahead of New Uganda Premier League Season Decolus Kiiza 1 4

Decolus Kiiza, the FUFA Deputy CEO in charge of Football says that players have either received their first COVID-19 jab while others are fully vaccinated in a bid to limit the spread of the virus.
17:24
17:24

FUFA Excludes SC Villa from Uganda Premier League Fixtures 1 1

FUFA’s Competition Director, Aisha Nalule, says that SC Villa was left out because it does not have a Chief Executive Officer, which is one of the basic licensing requirements.
14:58
14:58

SC Villa Unveils Greek Tactician Koukouras as Head Coach 1

Koukouras was unveiled today Monday Morning plus his technical bench by Club CEO Shawn Mubiru in a brief function held at the club offices in industrial area. He replaced Edward Kaziba who has been club’s head coach for two years.
07:25
07:25

Vipers SC eject SC Villa to storm Uganda Cup Semi finals Stanbic Uganda Cup 1

Two goals scored in the two halves by Bobosi Byaruhanga and Milton Karisa helped the Venoms to eject the Jogoos from the tournament and storm the semifinal. The first leg ended in a one-all draw.
19:37
19:37

SC Villa Holds Second Placed URA FC in Premier League Match URA FC. 1

The draw frustrated the tax collectors who had hopes of topping the league. Vipers SC remain on the top of the table with 43 points followed by URA still with the same pints but with a margin of goal difference.
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