Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) has cautioned Uganda Cranes star Allan ‘Dancing Rasta’ Kateregga, it’s official.
A statement from FUFA says that Kateregga is ‘sanctioned with a suspended four months ban’ without taking part in Uganda Cranes activities.
The Dancing Rasta, who plies his trade with Erbil FC in Iraq, was found guilty by FUFA after incidents in 2019 AFCON in Egypt.
“FUFA Disciplinary Committee’s decision on the misconduct of Allan Katerega: Decision – Allan Katerega is CAUTIONED for his actions as these actions cannot be tolerated in the game of football.
“Allan is hereby sanctioned with a suspended four months ban from taking part in the national representative teams’ activities. Should Allan conduct himself in similar incidents, the suspended sanction shall automatically be imposed. Allan is also warned as to his future conduct.”
Kateregga was involved in a heated exchange with Uganda Cranes trainer Jerome D’Antonio while in Egypt last year.
The sanctioned four months ban will be imposed to Kateregga if he conducts himself in a similar manner.
He is expected to feature for Uganda Cranes again ahead of the upcoming AFCON qualifiers schedule.
It is also said that Kateregga, was one of the ring leaders to stage an infamous strike in AFCON where players asked for their allowances among others.