FUFA grants SC Villa a provisional license for 2021/22 season.

FUFA have finally granted Uganda Premier League record Champions SC Villa a provisional license for the 2021/22 season after adhearing to comply with the FA’s directives to put their house in order.

SC Villa’s license for this season was revoked after failing to hold elections on 23rd October as well as sacking of CEO, Shaun Mubiru and replaced him with one Nambalirwa Kawuma who wasn’t fit for the position according to FUFA after taking the game of football to ordinary courts of law.

Yesterday of 23rd October 2021, SC Villa held the Club’s Congress at Serena Hotel Kigo we’re they agreed to put their house in order by holding fresh elections as soon as possible and from there, FUFA has granted them a provisional license and in case they fail to put in place was directed them to work, their license will be cancelled again.

“FUFA has now granted Sports Club Villa a conditional and provisional club license subject to the terms in the Club Congress resolutions presented to FUFA.”

“However, FUFA shall withdraw immediately the provisional license in the event that the club fails to fulfill the resolutions against which the license has been issued.”

“FUFA has directed its various Bodies concerned with the organisation of the FUFA Competitions to include Sports Club Villa in the FUFA Competitions fixtures inclusive of the fixtures of the 2021/22 Uganda Premier League with immediate effect.”

SC Villa is set to open their season with a game against firing Vipers SC at St Mary’s Stadium on Wednesday next week.

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