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Constitution causes panic in SDCA ranks

By Vision Reporter

Added 18th August 2007 03:00 AM

THE Super Division Clubs Association is in panic over a constitutional provision that dismisses inactive members from the FUFA assembly.

THE Super Division Clubs Association is in panic over a constitutional provision that dismisses inactive members from the FUFA assembly.

By Fred Kateregga

THE Super Division Clubs Association is in panic over a constitutional provision that dismisses inactive members from the FUFA assembly.

With dismissal of members as one of the items on the agenda of today’s general assembly in Jinja, the usually radical SDCA has cause to worry.

City Lads boss Hamid Juma, in an SDCA extra on ordinary assembly held Thursday and chaired by Omara Apita, quoted an August 22, 2006 letter by the association stating their inability to run the league.

SDCA’s obligations in 2006 and 2007 included organising the super league—a role they later surrendered to the domestic soccer game’s governing body FUFA.

“This is a technicality that could see us kicked out of the assembly,” argued Juma.

At the sametime, Express FC official Kavuma Kabenge attacked FUFA for striking a sponsorship deal with GTV without clubs, a charge FUFA denied.

Constitution causes panic in SDCA ranks

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