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FUFA lifts Buikwe Stadium ban
Publish Date: Mar 13, 2014
FUFA lifts Buikwe Stadium ban
Vipers patron and former FUFA president Lawrence Mulindwa (third left) inspects the pitch at the Buikwe stadium recently. Photo by Mpalanyi Ssentongo
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By Swalley Kenyi 

FUFA Super League (Friday, 4.30pm)

Vipers v Express 

Police v Proline 

Kira Young v Bright Stars 

Simba v URA 

SC Villa v BUL 

CRO v Masaka 

FOOTBALL fans in Buikwe district will watch the FUFA Super League games again when Vipers SC hosts Express FC. 

Due tomorrow, the game will be the first at Buikwe stadium since November last year. 

Five more games will be held elsewhere tomorrow. 

Buikwe stadium is the home ground of Vipers FC but it has been closed after FUFA deemed it unfit to host league games. 

FUFA acted following  violence involving Vipers and SC Villa fans. 

FUFA vice president in charge of the league Mujib Kasule, announced the lifting of the indefinite suspension at the federation’s weekly press briefing at Mengo.

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