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Busoga, Kitara Granted FUFA Licenses For 2020/21 Season

FUFA has granted Busoga United FC and Kitara FC the license ahead of the Uganda Premier League kickoff on December 3, 2020. The two clubs had missed out on the UPL Draft fixture after failure to submit some of the minimum requirements. UPL secretariat is expected to reinstate the two...
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Busoga, Kitara Confident Ahead Of FUFA Verdict

Busoga United and Kitara FC are set to learn their fate in the Uganda Premier League. The two clubs were left out from the league fixture draft having not fulfilled the mandatory licensing Requirements. The clubs were since given an ultimatum of last Monday to hand in the missing requirements....

Release Of UPL Fixture Delayed By Club Licensing

Release of Uganda Premier League fixture by the Secretariat has been pushed for another date. The fixture were meant to be released yesterday, November 10, ahead of league kickoff on December 3rd 2020. UPL manager Paul Kabaikaramu blames the delay to club licensing procedure. "We cannot release the fixture before...

Magogo Calls For Cooperation Ahead of Club Licensing Process

FUFA President Moses Magogo has urged clubs to cooperate ahead of the Club Licensing Process. FUFA will conduct the Clubs Pro Agenda with the Uganda Premier League and Big League teams. Magogo says that the process will be done in order to "smoothen" the Club Licensing Process. "The success of...
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