SC Villa among six clubs in trouble over CEOs credentials

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David GOMBE 

FUFA has set 31st January as the deadline for clubs that have Chief Executive officers who do not meet qualifications.

According to FUFA only ten out of the 16 teams that feature in the Uganda Premier league have CEOs that meet the set qualifications.

Clubs such as Sports Club Villa, Busoga United FC, Arua Hill SC, Gaddafi FC, UPDF FC and Soltilo Bright Stars FC have CEOs that do not meet the qualifications.

The six above mentioned clubs are required to immediately have qualified personnel as club CEOs and consequently make the hired CEOs principal signatories to the respective club bank accounts that receive payments from UPL for value attached from the sale of league rights.

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FUFA reveals that no club will receive funds from Uganda Premier League from the sale of the league rights without complying to the directive.

As per Circular No. 1171, every Club Chief Executive Officer in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League was notified and required to hold a FAMACO II certificate with effect from 1st January 2024.

Meanwhile the ten clubs that have CEOs who meet the required qualifications are;

Joseph Mutaka – BUL FC
Simon Njuba – Vipers SC
Anisha Muhoozi – KCCA FC
Ashiraf Miiro – Express FC
Allan Munaaba – URA FC
Arnold Akankwasa – Mbarara City FC
Sula Kamoga – Wakiso Giants FC
Rodrick Muhumuza – Maroons FC
Joshua Atugonza – Kitara FC
Jonathan Okorotum – NEC FC

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