FUFA To Decide SC Villa League Fate Next Week

SC Villa’s future in the league will be decided next week on Tuesday, FUFA has confirmed.

The Club was not cleared to play in the league this season due to Governance issues.

The Club’s Trustees replaced CEO Shawn Mubiru with Brenda Nambalirwa Kawuma who has since been banned by FUFA for taking football matters into court.

It should be remembered that Nambalirwa petitioned court to stop Villa presidential elections in August.

Per reports, Villa forwarded Muhammad Bazirengedde’s name as the new club CEO.

“FUFA has received Communication from Mr. William Nkemba (Villa interim committee chairman) responding to some of the missing requirements for Club Licensing for the 2021/2022 season,” reads a statement from FUFA.

“The Licensing Committee will meet on Tuesday 19th October 2021 to evaluate the provided and available information in accordance with the rules.

“At the moment the Club Licensing Committee has not cleared SC Villa to play in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League until the Committee has evaluated the matter and advised accordingly.”

SC Villa was left out of the UPL fixture for the 2021/22 season and a Friday morning statement from the club claimed that they will start their league campaign on Matchday two against Arua Hill on October 23.

The statement further states that they will host their league games this season at Kavumba Recreation Centre, not FUFA Technical Centre in Njeru as earlier stated.

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