FUFA has released a programme that will see Super League clubs play at least one match a week to avoid postponement of matches next season that is set to kick-off on August 2, for 34 weeks, and end on May 15.
Swalley Kenyi reports that the federation competitions committee has also scheduled the Kakungulu Cup that kick-offs on October 4 and ends on May 25 next year to be played for six rounds instead of four.
During the cup tournament week no league matches will be played to give the competition prominence.
This follows incidents where clubs resorted to playing formality games in preference to concentrating on Super League games.
â€œWe want to ensure that all games are competitive. It is important because media rights owners GTV also think so. We have realised that all these clubs share the same fans.â€ committee secretary Moses Magogo explained yesterday.
â€œSpacing the matches will ensure these fans watch all of them which is good to our football.â€
FUFA has also called Super Division Clubs Association for a meeting to plan for the new season at Mengo Saturday. The fixtures are due out on July 2.
Although FUFA asked clubs for proposals on the rules and regulations of the season, Magogo said that they were yet to receive any.
The two-week players transfer exercise opens on Monday, the same day clubs will submit names of players they donâ€™t intend to contract for the 2008/9 season.
FUFA moots single game weekly for all Super League clubs