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Fufa bans KCCA FC and Onduparaka FC followers for violating Covid-19 guidelines | Purpose.com

The 2 groups will play their subsequent league matches with out the presence of followers after violating the federation’s guidelines in earlier video games

The Federation of Uganda Soccer Affiliation has sanctioned KCCA FC and Onduparaka FC and they’re going to play their subsequent Ugandan Premier League matches with out followers.

In response to an announcement obtained by Purpose, the 2 groups have been sanctioned for violating Article 10 of the Fufa Covid-19 rules after they allowed their followers to enter matches with out carrying masks.

KCCA followers dedicated the offence throughout their match in opposition to Police FC at Lugogo Stadium whereas Onduparaka followers attended the match in opposition to Mbarara Metropolis at Inexperienced Gentle Stadium in Arua.

The assertion from Fufa to KCCA learn partially: “The Fufa Competitions Disciplinary Panel has sanctioned KCCA for violating Article 10 of the Fufa Covid-19 Laws.

“KCCA allowed followers/Spectators into the stadium for his or her match in opposition to Police FC on Saturday, March 13, 2021, at Omondi Stadium – Lugogo with out written authorisation from Fufa, and many of the followers have been seen not carrying face masks.

“KCCA will play their subsequent league dwelling match behind closed doorways [without fans in the stadium] and will KCCA fail to heed to the sanction, the panel will take additional disciplinary measures in opposition to the membership.”

The letter to Onduparaka acknowledged: “The Fufa Competitions Disciplinary Panel has sanctioned Onduparaka for violating Article 10 of the Fufa Covid-19 Laws.

“Onduparaka allowed followers/spectators into the stadium for his or her match in opposition to Mbarara Metropolis on Tuesday, March 9, 2021, at Inexperienced Gentle Stadium Arua with out written authorization from Fufa, and many of the followers have been seen not carrying face masks.

“Onduparaka will play their subsequent league match on Wednesday, March 11, 2021, in opposition to URA behind closed doorways [without fans in the stadium], and will Onduparaka fail to heed to the sanction, the panel will take additional disciplinary measures in opposition to the membership.”

The committee has additionally requested KCCA to clarify why disciplinary motion can’t be taken in opposition to them after they violated Article 30(8) of the Fufa competitions guidelines, when their followers hurled threats to the assistant referee throughout the identical match in opposition to Police.

“Disciplinary proceedings have been opened in opposition to, the administration of KCCA following their followers hurling threats on the assistant referee and persistently standing within the sitting space while the sport was in progress on Tuesday, February 23, 2021, at Kabaka-Kyabaggu Stadium which brought about a stoppage of the match for about six minutes opposite to Fufa Competitions Guidelines.

“KCCA has been requested to implore on how you can additional sensitize their followers in regards to the misgivings of the identical and the sanctions that will comply with.”

KCCA will subsequent face champions Vipers SC whereas Onduparaka will come up in opposition to URA FC and each matches might be performed on Wednesday.