The federation made the judgements regarding numerous points that had been raised from the latest matchday actions because the league picks up velocity

The Federation of Uganda Soccer Affiliation has ordered Mbarara Metropolis to play one sport behind closed doorways for flouting the Covid-19 guidelines within the nation.

The federation, nonetheless, warned that extreme punishment shall be handed out ought to the Premier League membership fail to stick to the laws put in place to manipulate the competitors once more.

“Mbarara Metropolis FC sanctioned for violating articles 10 and 11 of the Fufa Covid-19 soccer laws and can play their subsequent match behind closed doorways,” the FA’s assertion obtained by Purpose learn.

“Disciplinary proceedings had been opened towards the administration of Mbarara Metropolis FC after permitting followers/spectators into the stadium with out written authorisation for Mbarara Metropolis Fc vs Vipers SC match on Saturday 6, March 2021 at Kakyeka.

“Many of the followers had been seen not carrying face masks which is towards the FufaCovid-19 soccer laws.

“The Fufa competitions disciplinary panel has sanctioned Mbarara Metropolis FC with a one-match ban beneath closed stadium for the subsequent Premier League sport Mbarara Metropolis vs Vivid Stars FC on Saturday 13th March 2021 at Kakyeka Stadium.

“Ought to Mbarara Metropolis FC fail to heed to the sanction, the CDP shall be constrained to take extra stringent disciplinary measures towards the membership.”

In the meantime, Fufa has cautioned the Premier League facet Malaba Youth Improvement Affiliation for late coming.

MYDA arrived late earlier than their match towards Wakiso Giants however the federation declined to mete out punishment after listening to the membership’s causes that compelled the late arrival.

“MYDA FC have been cautioned by the Fufa competitions disciplinary panel for arriving 30 minutes late for his or her Uganda Premier League match with Wakiso Giants FC at Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium on March 2, 2021,” it added.

“The CDP thought-about the defence by MYDA FC and had been remorseful of their written response and determined to warning and strongly warns MYDA FC towards late arrival on the pitch on match days.

“An computerized effective of Ush500,000 shall be paid on the Fufa account within the occasion that MYDA FC arrived late for an additional sport.”

Lastly, Kyetume FC have been cautioned for the alteration of blouse numbers involving Robert Sentogo and David Seyi, though they had been fortunate to not be fined as they had been solely warned from making such a mistake in future.

“Kyetume FC have been cautioned by Fufa for the alteration of squad variety of participant [Robert] Sentongo who for the final two matches has been taking part in with shirt no.9 which is already registered beneath [Oyeda David] Seyi within the Fufa competitions administration system (CMS) for the 2020/2021 season,” the Fufa assertion continued.

“Kyetume FC breached Article 17.three of the Uganda Premier League guidelines which offer that; ‘Every participant shall register with UPL secretariat a squad quantity from the sequence prescribed by the Fufa competitions guidelines (FCR) for every participant and it shall be compulsory for the respective participant to make use of solely the assigned squad quantity for all the season whereas nonetheless with the membership’.

“Kyetume FC should keep the established order within the competitions administration system (CMS) and Seyi will proceed to play beneath squad quantity 9 as registered till the completion of the 2020/2021 season.

“Kyetume are cautioned and shouldn’t repeat the offence. The CDP shall apply article 19 (9) of the FCR which states; ‘A membership that fields an ineligible participant shall lose the match by forfeiture to the opposing workforce’.”

The Premier League matchday 14 actions will begin on Friday with KCCA FCF internet hosting Police FC at Omondi Stadium in Lugogo.

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