Tooro United FC has been the most troubled side in the Uganda Premier League this season.
The Car Dealers have seen a mass exodus of personnel at the club since the start of this campaign with two head coaches throwing in the towel among others.
Recently, upto 15 senior players refused to return to training until their wage arrears are paid.
They are currently under their third coach in Muhammad Kiseka who has been in charge of two UPL games.
His first was a 1-1 draw away to Kyetume FC before losing 1-0 at KCCA FC.
However the point earned at Kyetume is no more.
This is after the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) Competitions Disciplinary Panel (CDP) has ruled that they lost the match by forfeiture.
According to the CDP, it was stated in the referees report of SUPL match between Kyetume FC and Tooro United FC that the Car Dealers fielded an ineligible player in the names of James Kasibante.
It is understood that Kasibante had no license to feature in the game, thus making him ineligible to take part.
After its findings, the CDP has ruled that Kasibante was ineligible to play the above mentioned game and thus Tooro United FC loses the game by forfeiture.
It is also clearly noted that Kasibante was issued with a licence on 17th January yet the game against Kyetume took place two days before.
This is the second game that Tooro have lost by forfeiture this season.
The first was at home to Onduparaka FC on the 7th of January after they failed to produce licensed players for the game.
The findings of the CDP leave Tooro United FC second from bottom with 14 points.
On Tuesday evening, they defeated Star Light 3-2 in Amuria to progress to the round of 32 in the Uganda Cup.