By Johnson Were
The national soccer governing body (FUFA) has shortlisted 44 referees to undergo fitness and medical tests next week at Mandela National stadium, ahead of both the Super League and the Big league kick off.
The FUFA Competitions Directorate on Thursday set August, 28 as the tentative date for the kick-off of the Big league that has attracted 25 clubs and will be divided into two pools.
The exercise will start next week August 14-16, 2014 -with medical tests and then fitness tests. The tests will be carried by newly appointed national referees physical fitness instructors Ali Kalyango and Mohammed Ssegonga.
The Fitness test for both FIFA and National referees is meant to check the referees consistence before the season’s competitions kick off.
Rajab Kabagambe, Ali Bakisula, Denis Batte, Henry Byaruhanga, Robert Donney, Frank Jingo, Ali Kaddu,Ronnie Kalema,Khalifani Kanakulya,Alex Muhabi,Brian Nsubuga, David Nsubuga, David Odoi,William Oloya ,Oula David ,Ali Sabiira and Mashood Ssali.
Assistant referees men
James Ayebare,Musa Balikoowa,Hussein Bugembe, Jackson Busingye, Sam Kakembo, Emmy Kakooza, Ronald Katenya,Samuel Kayondo, Solomon Lusambya ,Male Geofrey,Issa Masembe, Richard Mugerwa, Ronald Mwesigwa,Joseph Ochom, Dick Okello, Lee Okello,Mark Ssonko and Sadiq Wasswa
Anna Akoye, Irene Namubiru, Zubeda Sinamakosa, Aisha Ssemambo.
Assistant referees women
Diana Mukasa, Mutonyi Jane, Catherine Nagaddya, Nantabo Lydia,and Marex Nakitto.
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