2020/2021 Uganda Premier League season postponed

The 2020/2021 Uganda Premier League season starting date has been postponed by a month. Initially, the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (Fufa) had set October 17 as a tentative date for the start of the new campaign. However, it is not going to be the case as the Federation and clubs struggle to align themselves with the guidelines given to prevent…

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Fufa Big League clubs to be with Junior League teams

The Fufa Big League teams are set to have a Junior League team, playing in the regional league where the particular team is based. This was agreed on during the consultative meeting between FUFA and Big League Clubs at FUFA Complex in Mengo on Friday. The Fufa first Vice President, Justus Mugisha asked FUFA Big League clubs to take the Juniors…

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Moses Magogo – Fufa Big League clubs must rebrand

Fufa president Moses Magogo has urged the clubs from Fufa Big League to rebrand themselves in order to fit into the modern trend of football. Moses Magogo said this while in a consultative meeting between Fufa and Big League League clubs at Fufa House in Mengo on Friday. According to Magogo, if the clubs rebrand themselves, they will attract more…

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UPL, Big League Clubs invited for FUFA consultative meeting

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has called for a consultative meeting with teams featuring in the top two men’s football divisions. These will include teams in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League and StarTimes FUFA Big League for the 2020/2021 season. The meeting is scheduled on Wednesday, June 10th 2020 at FUFA Executive House according to the letter issued…

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Allan Ssewanyana unsatisfied with Fufa’s cancellation of leagues

Katwe United President Allan Ssewanyana was left contemplative by Fufa’s move to cancel out all the leagues in the country. The move saw his side relegated from Big League back to Regional League despite having a target of making it to top-flight at the beginning of the season. According to Allan Ssewanyana, Fufa would have consulted all football stakeholders in…

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Allan Ssewanyana, Fufa in a bitter feud over sponsorship money

Katwe United FC chairman Allan Ssewanyana is yet again in a bitter grudge with the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (Fufa). The Fufa Big League side is yet to receive their StarTimes sponsorship money yet other teams have already received theirs.  According to Allan Ssewanyana, the Federation has delayed channeling their money to the account for no apparent reason. The…

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Moses Hassim Magogo – UPL teams reduction proposal critics have selfish interests

The Federation of Uganda Football Association (Fufa) president Moses Hassim Magogo claims that those who criticize UPL teams reduction proposal have selfish interests. Fufa had proposed a number of reforms that will see the Uganda Premier League reduce the teams from 16 to 12 starting with the 2020/2021 season. However, this proposal received many negative criticisms from football fanatics who…

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Clubs reject Fufa 12-team league proposal

Clubs reject Fufa 12-team league proposal. StarTimes Uganda Premier League (SUPL) club supervisors are “similarly shocked” by a proposition from Fufa on changing the game. Fufa on Friday fronted a few recommendations that will influence various divisions, particularly UPL clubs decreasing from 16 to 12, and each top-flight group receiving a U20 side for the new save rivalry. The FA…

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