FUFA has fined 13 Uganda Premier League clubs for failing to fulfill licensing requirements ahead of the new season.
This, is after the first instance body evaluated the club license applications and the mandatory requirements that were submitted by the timeline in line with the road map of club licensing process for 2020/21.
Onduparaka and MYDA FC have been fined Sh1m each for having failed to submit any of the mandatory requirements by deadline.
The two clubs have been given up to Friday, August 7 2020 to have fully complied.
In related developments, Wakiso Giants and KCCA FC are the only two sides to have qualified for inspection and evaluation by the Criteria B (point score system).
This is the second season running for the Purple Sharks as they continue to meet the licensing requirements in time.
Eleven (11) UPL Clubs URA FC, Busoga, BUL, Mbarara, Police, Bright Stars, Express, Kyetume, UPDF, SC Villa and Vipers had missing mandatory requirements by deadline and have been asked to pay Sh500,000.
According to the document seen by this website, FUFA Deputy CEO Decolas Kiiza has said that no Club in the StarTimes FUFA Big League has fully submitted the minimum requirements by deadline.
The Uganda Premier League kickoff tentative date was set on October 17, 2020.
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