Buddu seek compensation from Kyadondo for not honouring fixture

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David GOMBE

Buddu want Kyadondo to pay Shs30M for the financial losses suffered in preparation for the Masaza Cup Quarterfinal return leg that was slated at Masaka Recreation ground on Sunday.

Kyadondo did not not turn up for the Quarterfinal second leg that was scheduled on 24th September citing poor officiating that was exhibited in their 2-1 loss in the first leg.

In a letter signed by Buddu management Committee chairman Joseph Lutaaya, in preparation for the game they had spent over Shs10M on security, publicity, tickets, stadium among others.

The two time competition winners expected over Shs60M on gate collections.

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Buddu want the Masaza Cup organizing committee to order Kyadondo to pay Shs30M as compensation.

Buddu advanced to the Semifinal of the prestigious competition and will face off with record winners Gomba.

The first leg will be held at Kabulasoke playground on Sunday, 1st September.

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In the other Semifinal, Mawokota will battle Bulemeezi with the first leg scheduled at Buwama playground on Sunday.

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