High Court Judge Yasin Nyanzi upheld the injunction until March 13 when the main case will also be heard. Nyanzi said he could not handle the matter when there is a pending petition in the same Court over the winding up of Uganda Super League Limited -USLL by some of its directors.
SuperSport officials have insisted they will stick to the contractual agreement with Uganda Super League Limited (USLL) to sponsor the now disputed football league. This comes as the national football Federation, FUFA, struggles to secure funding for the new League created to replace the one managed by USLL.
FUFA disciplinary Committee will on Tuesday meet officials of seven clubs that have featured in the League organized under Uganda Super League Limited (USLL). The clubs summoned include SC Villa, Express, Water, Victors, Kiira and Masaka among others.
However, in a twist of events Bakkabulindi called a press conference in his office this Thursday and refused to order a refund of the money, but ordered USLL to prove that that have got clearance from the Federation of the Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) and the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) that they are mandated to run the league.
Bakkabulindi lashed out at the sponsors whom he claimed are there to make money and not to develop football. He wondered why the league sponsors were so adamant in sticking with USLL yet FUFA had taken away their mandate to run the league. Adding that football is not a business.
The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) will today also give League sponsors Uganda Breweries Limited (UBL) an ultimatum in response to the letter the sponsors had written to the football body last week.
The Management and Board of Namboole Stadium have decided that they are not ready to cancel their contract with Uganda Super League Limited (USLL) which would require them to return the 50 million shillings the troubled body paid to book the stadium for league games.
The Board of Namboole Stadium sits this morning in a crisis meeting to decide on the way forward on how to return the 50 million shillings they received from Uganda Super League Limited (USLL) over three weeks ago only for the mandate to run the league to be removed from the body.
Kasule, however, warns that a separate league cannot be tolerated. He says there are several implications which affect clubs and players that participate in an illegal league as enshrined in the new constitution adapted last Saturday during the extraordinary general assembly.
The Vice President of Uganda Super League Limited (USLL), Fred Muwema has said he is happy FIFA is sending officials to Uganda and there is no way the world body will accept FUFAâ€™s madness in relation to who will be in-charge of the League next season.