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KCC coach Jackson Mayanja has accepted the suspension imposed on him by FUFA for inciting violence at a league match recently.
A source in FUFA leaked the two-match suspension on Thursday.
Mayanja was found guilty of inciting violence in the goalless draw involving KCC and league leaders Express FC at Wankulukuku.
Mayanja was also punished for his verbal attack on the match commissioner Rajab Kisekka.
â€œI would have been given a chance to present my case but if they (FUFA) are convinced it is for the good of football, I take their decision,â€ Mayanja told journalists.
â€œI know they made the decision expecting a bitter response from me but Iâ€™m a professional.â€
At the same time, Mayanja is worried his 13-man squad could wear down due to fatigue.
â€œI am going to put the issue before my bosses, I hope they will listen to me,â€ Mayanja remarked.
Mayanja explained that if the issue is not addressed, the teamâ€™s Super League title hunt could collapse in the second round.
Meanwhile, Kampala United face Maji in the only league game today.
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