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FUFA Committee to decide players’ fate on Wednesday next week

Victoria University players celebrating a league match victory. One of their former players filed a case against the club demanding adequate compensation over what he termed ‘illegal sacking’.

The FUFA players’ status committee will convene next week on Wednesday, March 27 to give its final ruling in a number of cases involving different FUFA Super League players.

The Committee head who is also the West Nile Regional Chairperson, Mr. Mike Letti says the sessions will commence at 9:00am at the Federation headquarters in Mengo.

 Among the cases on the agenda include:

1.     Player Ssempala Hashim of BULS FC whom Express FC claims his new club has refused to meet the agreed obligations. The player’s license was recently put to hold.

2.     Player Elasu Quddus of URA faces a challenge from his former Club, Proline FC who allege he still had a running contract with them despite a stretch of over one year as a ‘free agent’.

3.     Waisswa Tonny formerly with Victoria University accuses the club for sacking him without adequate compensation.

4.     Peter Ssenyonjo and Hamis Kitagenda both formerly with URA but currently featuring for Soana in the FUFA Big League are also seeking compensation from their former club for alleged illegal dismissal from duty.  

5.     Player Salim Omar Magoola of KCC FC is being claimed by Express FC on grounds that his movement was faked by an impersonator.  

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