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Mike Mutebi, Simbwa handed four match bans

Simbwa (left) and Mutebi (right) have all been banned for four games (Photos by Agencies)

MENGO – The Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) disciplinary committee has slapped a four match touchline ban to coaches Mike Mutebi (KCCA) and Sam Ssimbwa (URA).

The two have been found guilty of airing comments that ‘brought the game into disrepute’. The two had earlier this year, appeared in the committee to explain their comments.

Mutebi, during a KCCA FC organised party to send off KCCA ED Jennifer Musisi then, commented that the club had a special budget to ‘buy’ matches and all their trophies won in the last 20 years were fixed.

Ssimbwa on the other hand, aired out tribal comments during a post match interview in Jinja after URA were held by Kirinya Jinja SS in a league game.

These two along with Bright Stars’ Fred Kajoba have also been handed a Shs 2 Million fine.

Kajoba will also pay a fine of 2 Million

For Kajoba, he has been found guilty of leading his technical bench to the field of play in a game against Tooro United as they protested a penalty decision which brought the game at standstill for about two minutes.

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