Football administrator, turned a critic on social media, Engineer Ben Misagga has verbally attacked FUFA president Moses Magogo, again.
Over the weekend, the football governing body in the country held a FUFA Cup of hope for the inmates of Luzira Upper Prison, a move that Misagga suggests that is not taking the game forward.
The former SC Villa President who is a big critic of FUFA, went to his official Twitter handle to reveal his underlying anger.
“Why don’t you play those games in schools,” Misagga retweeted on Magogo’s tweet. “Are prisoners going to play tomorrow for our future cranes, its just show biz (read business) by moses, its like taking XI play football in morgue.”
He also sent attacks on former Football players who attended the event, calling them Prisoners of deceptive leadership.
“Prisoners of deceptive leadership, non of them can be appointed to be National team handlers, why can’t FA appoint some of you as FA ambassadors, your just used as desperate former football players moses gives you 100Pin to make his mission.”
While Misagga’s verbal abuses may hold water, it should be clarified that on Monday morning, FUFA extended their support to UMEA secondary schools games which were launched at Kibuli, to be played at Kasawo Islamic SS next month.
FUFA Cup For Hope – 2019
FUFA President’s XI played a charity match with inmates as part of the CSR first as a curtain raise for the tourney. Uppers Stars (combined team of inmates at Luzira upper prison) won 6-4.
In the tournament proper, Express FC edged KCCA FC 2-1 to win the coveted trophy. The governing body delivered football items and a computer to the inmates.