The head coach of Police FC Abdullah says the referees should be fair and try to balance all games to avoid unwanted comments from coaches.
He made the remarks in post match press conference after Police’s loss to Express FC on Tuesday at MTN Omondi stadium in Lugogo.
The cops were beaten by Express 1-0 thanks to late header from Eric Kambale.
Police has now failed to win a game in their last four matches in the Uganda Premier League
“First of all, the situation is not good for us as a team because of the way we are being treated.” said Mubiru.
“We have been pressed so hard to reach an extent of fainting. You keep quiet and wait for justice and sometimes getting it is by chance.
“So what I think and request is that the head of officiating at the federation should be fair in those terms to prevent us from using the words we don’t want to use but we as people we feel there is bias.
“One day we will be forced to come out and talk. If their intension is to have us talk and hold fines on us, then we will do. For instance our game against Express, I think we were not handle fairly.”
Police FC ended it’s first round in 5th position with 25 points.