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Referees slam USL over shirt confusion

By Vision Reporter

Added 15th December 2010 03:00 AM

REFEREES have criticised the management of the Uganda Super League (USL) for the existing shirt confusion among the players.

REFEREES have criticised the management of the Uganda Super League (USL) for the existing shirt confusion among the players.

By Johnson Were

REFEREES have criticised the management of the Uganda Super League (USL) for the existing shirt confusion among the players.

The referees said players put on jerseys that bear different names from their actual names which contravenes the rules and regulations governing soccer.

“We have said it before and written in many match reports but nothing has been done,” a referee who preferred anonymity said.

The referees cited the Express v Proline game where the former’s Rogers Lukwiya put on a uniform (No. 9) bearing Francis Jemba’s name.

Jemba was also on the pitch wearing jersey No.21.

In the same game, a referees’s report indicated that George Senkaaba wore a jersey with Bob Kasozi’s name.

But the two players were on the pitch.

Match commissar Haruna Kebba slammed the league managers for having failed to respond to the problem.

Referees slam USL over shirt confusion

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