Wakiso Giants Football Club duo summoned for “improper” unsportsmanlike conduct
As the Federation of Ugandan Football Associations (FUFA) continues to check all the gray areas that should bring the beautiful game into disrepute, various parties and personalities have fallen victim.
The judicial bodies of the Federation; The FUFA Discipline Committee, Competitions Discipline Committee and others are all busy implementing the regulations and often whip the cane when deemed necessary.
Days after Express Football Club head coach Wasswa Bbosa was fined 2,000,000 shillings and three StarTimes Uganda Premier League matches, two other parts of Wakiso Giants Football Club are in action. difficulty.
Left-back George Kaddu and media official Philip “Don Arts” Mugabi have been cited for possible violation of FUFA competition rules during their club’s game against the Vipers at St Mary’s Stadium.
Kaddu slapped referee Ronald Kirangwa’s yellow card and record book during the match and caused a scene before he shamelessly made his way to St Mary’s lavish locker rooms for a morning shower.
In the aforementioned match, the Wakiso Giants lost terribly, 5-0 and Kaddu received a red card for a second offense to be booked in the 33rd minute.
Kaddu’s first warning was a bitter protest resulting in Cesar Manzoki’s header for the Vipers’ second goal as former Kiyinda Boys and Gomba Ssaza player shouted foul following an offside call .
Mugabi, moments after the match, took to social media (facebook) and expressed his frustration with a three-word âfuck you refâ statement.
Kaddu and Mugabi both had until Monday 25e October 2021 to submit written statements on the matter.
Meanwhile, matchday three of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League 2021-2022 will resume on Tuesday 26e October 2021 and the following day.