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SC Villa succumbs to pressure, registers with FUFA

Club officials attending a two day workshop at Golf Course Hotel on September 12.
FUFA President Lawrence Mulindwa and Primo Carvalo from FIFA during one of the meetings in Kampala. SC Villa has finally registered to play under FUFA Super League

The current leadership of defiant SC Villa has finally bowed down to pressure from both the historical members and the fans to have the club registered to play under the FUFA sanctioned and organized top League.

The club this afternoon submitted the compliance, Club application and Board declaration forms. They also deposited the registration fee of UGX 0.4m to the FUFA Competitions Committee. The club was issued a receipt No. 3017.

The current club President Fred Muwema has of recent reportedly been under pressure from the club historical members led by the former club President Franco Mugabe and Umar Ahamed Mandela the Former Treasurer. The group also had Kawuma Fred and Tamale Sam among others.

In the new set up indicated on the submitted documents, Muwema is seemingly relieved of his duties with Waira Ben as the new club Chairman taking over from a non compliant City Lawyer. Topher Frank Musoke is the club Secretary, Sanyu Rebecca heads the Finance sector, Nadiope Sam goes to Marketing and Kamya Elias is now the head of Technical matters.

The development now leaves only Maroons FC as a non compliant club. The FUFA Super League kicks off on Tuesday 25 September 2012.

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