Fufa puts cash in new big league clubs

Ivan Kintu Bayige (R) stressing a point during the press conference. On his right is FUFA Legal Officer Denis Lukambi.

The FUFA Club Licensing Manager Ivan Kintu Bayige has revealed that the federation has extended a helping hand to the clubs financially that will send their officials to take part in the much sought after FUFA Club Management Course to run from 10th-14th July, 2017 at FUFA House.

Bayige believes that this course will add a lot value to the newly promoted clubs both to the Azam Uganda Premier League and the FUFA Big League.

“The course costs Shs1,000,000 but FUFA contributed Shs700,000 to the newly promoted Clubs to the FUFA Big League while those that have joined the Premier league will see FUFA make a contribution of Shs500,000,” revealed Bayige during the Press Conference at FUFA House.

“This is a very important exercise which must be met by all clubs through the club licensing system. We shall kick off our exercise of inspecting the teams’ facilities on 30th July, 2017,” added Bayige.

Registration for applicants to attend the course is 7th July, 2017.

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The newly promoted clubs to the FUFA Big League are; Sharp FC (Western Region), Agape FC (Eastern region), Lira United (Northern Region), Bukedea Town Council (North East Region), Kyetume FC (Buganda Region), Ntinda United (Kampala region), Bumate FC (Kitara Region) and Vura FC (West Nile region).

The newly promoted teams to the Azam Uganda Premier League are; Maroons FC, Mbarara City and Masavu FC.



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