FUFA Ethics and Disciplinary Committee has asked Express FC coach Wasswa Bbosa to submit a written statement by Thursday following recent comments after Arua Hill game.
The Red Eagles started their title defence with a shocking 2-0 loss to UPL new comers Arua Hill at Wankulukuku.
Per reports, Bbosa is said to have told the media and some officials that his CEO Isaac Mwesigwa influenced the match officials to lose the game!
The context and background for the accusations by Bbosa to the Express FC CEO is yet to be established but it is said that the relationship between the two officials deteriorated over a number of issues.
If FUFA finds Wasswa Bbosa guilty of making inappropriate comments, the tactician may be punished for the second time this year at the club.
He was fined Ush2,000,000 for comments made after the game against Vipers Sports Club in February.
He was in 2018 slapped with a four-months ban while at SC Villa after a confrontation with match officials during a league game against Soana (now Tooro United).
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