• August 14, 2020

Tags : FUFA UPL Clubs Meeting

Onduparaka’s Bernard Atiku Explains Why Clubs Petitioned Sports Minister

Onduparaka FC Patron Bernard Atiku has lifted lid on why ‘boycotting clubs’ petitioned Minister of Education and Sports Madam Janat Kataha Museveni. About nine UPL clubs, including Onduparaka FC, met privately and requested to meet Madam Janat. When FUFA called for a consultative meeting with UPL and the clubs last week, Atiku and some of […]Read More

UPL Clubs Ask FUFA To Defer Proposed League Reforms

Uganda Premier League Clubs have asked Federation of Uganda Football Association to put off the proposed reforms during a meeting held on Thursday in Mengo. FUFA earlier issued out proposals for the competition reforms that include the reduction of Uganda Premier League from 16 to 12 clubs. Once approved, FUFA said that the reforms will […]Read More

‘Boycotting Clubs’ Attend Season Review Meeting

The ‘boycotting clubs‘ have arrived at FUFA house in Mengo on Thursday morning ahead of the 2019/20 season review meeting. Mwine Mpaka (Mbarara), Hope Diana Nyago (Busoga), Bernard Atiku (Onduparaka) and Ronald Mutebi (Bright Stars) are some of the chairpersons in attendance despite missing the first meeting. Express FC’s Kiryowa Kiwanuka was nowhere to be […]Read More

UPL Clubs ‘Cannot Breathe’ – Misagga

Renowned Football administrator Ben Misagga has said that UPL Clubs ‘cannot breathe.’ Misagga’s claims come in the wake of unrest between FUFA and UPL Clubs over a number of issues. Some clubs shunned the consultative meeting last week and it remains to be seen if they will attend the second one this Thursday in Mengo. […]Read More

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