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Haruna Kyobe on where FUFA went wrong in the penalisation of SC Villa

David GOMBE 

Vipers SC director Haruna Kyobe says that the FUFA disciplinary committee went overboard while penalizing SC Villa.

Last week, FUFA docked two points of SC Villa and ordered the 16 time Uganda Premier league champions to host their next five home games outside Kampala, Buganda and Eastern regions due to fan hooliganism

“Personally, I believe in the punishment of docking points since this hurts a fan more and I believe the federation should increase on the points they dock off.”

“I think the FUFA disciplinary committee went overboard while penalizing SC Villa. The club will now spent more money on transport costs and this won’t affect the violent fan.

Kyobe also believes that there’s inconsistency the punishments given to referees’

“I think FUFA punishments are inconsistent. A referee can be punished for six years for cancelling a goal then the other who awards a wrong goal is given just months, yet there’s no difference. So to me this does not add up. Said Kyobe while appearing on NBS Sport program Endiba Yaffe

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