LAWRENCE Mulindwa has advised Express, SC Villa and KCC football clubsâ€™ fans to give club leaders time to reorganise their respective teams.
The local football federation president, who is concerned about the deteriorating trends in the former VEK alliance, was addressing fans at an impromptu meeting at Lugogo on Tuesday.
Mulindwa, who traces his interest in football from Lugogo, said that football fans contributed to instability in the three top clubs.
His comments come at a time when Express fans are pressurising their club leadership to quit.
â€œGive your club officials time and the freedom to do their duties as FUFA reorganises the game. Sometimes, we cause these problems,â€ Mulindwa advised.
Villa and KCC faced similar pressures earlier with Villa fans forcing polls to abort in December while Kabuye Takuba was forced out of KCC by fans.
Mulindwa was responding to KCC interim chairman Godfrey Kisekkaâ€™s pleas for football governing body to ensure sanity among the clubs to get fans back and watch games.
KCC officials also asked Mulindwa to grant them authority to host their league matches at Lugogo.
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