Super League Clubs Must Avoid Repeat of Last Season's mistak
The 2012/13 topflight season will forever be remembered as the worst ever in the history of Ugandan football. For starters, it was one full of controversy with two national leagues playing concurrently; the Fufa organized Fufa Super League (FSL) and the club organized Uganda Super League (USL ). It all started when the federation withdrew the mandate from Uganda Super League Ltd (USL L) alleging the company of failure to pay allegiance to FUFA , failure to hold an annual General Meeting (AGM) and also failure to account for the finances earned from sponsors Uganda Breweries under their Bell Lager brand plus Supersport.
SC Villa, Express FC, Masaka LC, Police FC, Water FC, Bunamwaya SC, Kiira Young, Simba SC and Victors under divided factions played in both leagues with only Maroons FC (USL ), KCC FC, URA FC, Bidco FC, SC Victoria University and Proline (FSL) the only exceptions. Those that played under Fufa cite the recognition by Fufa , Caf and Fifa as the main reason for that while those that played in the USL cite honouring of contractual obligations between sponsors and need for money.
This did not only confuse sponsors (Supersport) who opted not to broadcast matches but also the club administrators and fans.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at Kawowo Sports