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The Villa Members Trust to take over ownership of SC Villa

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The oldest club in Uganda’s football league formerly registered a Villa Limited with Uganda Registration Services Bureau ceased to be a company on 03rd of July 2020 according to certification.

SC Villa was founded after a section of supporters developed a notion to have it formed for competition in Uganda’s football domestic league and outside.

It known for its track record reaching finals in CAF Champions league and having won tremendously a number of domestic league trophies that is Uganda cup and now so called Uganda premier league.

However, with new wave of advancements in the domestic league where teams are day by day building capacity to triumph over others in competition, SC Villa continues to shrink due to internal leadership struggles over ownership of the club.

News reaching our desk indicate that a number of changes have happened on the team with new formed and registered The Villa Members Trust that desires Sports Club Villa to operate as non-profit organization.

Members of The Villa Members Trust will assume board role to determine how the team will be run in the forthcoming season of Uganda Premier League.

These include Fredrick Ivan kauma,Moses Matovu of Afrigo,Dusman Kabenga, Mzee Mandela, Gerald Sendahura former FUFA President, Francisco Mugabe and Engineer William Nkemba the interim Club Chairman. However, pulling of rope remains as expectant Dan Lule and Eliam Kamya have been sidelined.

According Moses Magogo President of Federation of Uganda Football Association once commented that the problem of SC Villa is not conducting elections to choose governing body but rather to look into ownership of the club.

Speculations indicate that FUFA President is a silent supporter of SC Villa whose comment about the club is getting to success. This follows on how inquisitive the President has depicted about club leadership and ownership.

Even Sports Club Villa logo after very many years of existence will be slightly changed. However, FUFA football governing body in Uganda remains with duty to question on the matter.

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