Lweza coach, players fined for indiscipline
Lweza FC assistant coach Hanza Kalanzi has also been fined sh300,000/- and also handed a two match touchline ban effecti ...
Lweza FC has been fined sh50,000/- by the FUFA competitions committee following an accumulation of yellow cards by four of their players, according to a communication by the bodies' CEO Bernard Bampaire Bainamani.
The culprits are; Fred Okot, Ibrahim Kiyemba, Michael Kabanda and Sula Bagala who received bookings during the AUPL match against JMC Hippos played on April 8, and are guilty as per Article 20(5) of FUFA Competitions Rules.
The article provides that, "If a club/team accumulates four (4) or more cautions and /or send offs served within a single match, it shall pay a fine of 50 UAs to the TOC. In event that the fine is not paid, such players shall be ineligible to play in subsequent matches irrespective of the number of cautions so far earned."
In the same vein, as per Article 34 (3) of the same rules which states; "Any member of the match crew at a FUFA competition match who verbally attacks another member of the match crew or a spectator on top of any other sanctions and costs as may be applied, shall be fined 300UAs,', Lweza FC assistant coach Hanza Kalanzi has also been fined sh300,000/- and also handed a two match touchline ban effective Saturday 16th April 2016 for verbally attacking a match official. He is required to pay the fine before coming back to the technical bench.