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FUFA to shorten Super League season
Publish Date: Apr 03, 2014
FUFA to shorten Super League season
FUFA vice president Mujib Kasule.
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By Swalley Kenyi 

FUFA Competitions Committee has resolved to speed up the FUFA Super League and end it one month before the scheduled date of May 17. 

The plan will enable Uganda Cranes launch their 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign without any interrup¬tion. 

The league that has 16 teams with KCCA as the champions is also domestic football’s top competition. 

FUFA vice president Mujib Kasule told the federation’s weekly press conference at Mengo yesterday that “it was resolved the league should end at least one month earlier.”

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