Four Africans Among Match Officials For FIFA Club World Cup

FIFA has included four Africans on the list of match officials for the upcoming FIFA Club World Cup. The event will be held in Qatar due February 1-11, 2021. Ndiaye Maguette (Senegal) is among the seven centre referees while his country mates Djibril Camara and Samba El Hadji Malick are...

Match Fixing Scandal: Coach Paul Nkata Exonerated

World Football governing body, FIFA, has cleared Ugandan coach Paul Nkata from recent match fixing scandal. Uganda's FA, FUFA, has confirmed the development via their social media platforms that Nkata was not involved during the scandal at Kakamega Homeboyz. This comes just days after FIFA handed bans to former Kakamega...

Samoura Cautions FUFA As New Offices Commemorated

General Secretary Fatma Samoura has advised FUFA to use FIFA funds appropriately if they are to get more. Samoura arrived in Uganda on Monday morning on an official visit. She met Speaker of Parliament Hon Rebecca Kadaga before heading to FUFA headquarters in Mengo where she opened the new building....

FIFA’s Samoura Coming To Uganda – What We Know So Far

FUFA communications director Ahmed Hussein Marsha says that Samoura Fatma's forthcoming visit in Uganda is a sign of trust. FIFA general Secretary Samoura will be making an official visit to Uganda from January 27-28, FUFA has confirmed. Samoura will commission the new FUFA building in Mengo and also meet the...
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FIFA: Magogo Suspended, Fined After Pleading Guilty

World Football governing body, the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) has on Thursday suspended FUFA boss Eng Moses Hashim Magogo. Magogo, during a recently concluded 95th FUFA general assembly held in Adjumani, had announced that he will be stepping aside to allow FIFA carry out thorough investigations over the...

Magogo Steps Aside Amid FIFA Inquiry

The FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo has stepped aside to be investigated by FIFA, it's official. Magogo communicated to the FUFA General Assembly on Saturday in Adjumani that he will be away from office for a period of two months as an agreement with FIFA to conclude to finality a...

Match Fixing: FIFA Slaps Life Ban To African Official

World Football governing body, FIFA, has handed a life ban to former Botswana Football Association general secretary Mooketsi Kgotlele Mooketsi is guilty of accepting bribes in relation to the manipulation of international matches. He has also received a fine of 50,000 Swiss francs ($50,953). "The formal ethics proceedings against Mr...
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