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Blacks Power fined for fans’ hooliganism

Man Jose Kayima

The FUFA Competitions Disciplinary committee has fined Blacks Power Shs1M due to fan’s hooliganism. The Lira based side has also been warned that they will be docked two points and two goals should the actions of hooliganism occur again.

Blacks Power fans went violent during their defeat to Vipers at the Akii Bua Memorial Stadium.

The hooliganism started when Ashraf Mandela’s penalty that won the game kissed into the inside post of the goal frame before rebounding out and some home fans thought it was not a goal.

FUFA disciplinary planet has fined Blacks Power Shs1M which must be paid to the Federation’s account without fail.

The statement from the Competitions department reads:

“A suspended two points and two goals deduction which shall be automatically deducted from those that the club shall have accumulated should the actions of hooliganism occur again.

“A cash fine of UGX 1,000,000 (Uganda Shillings One Million) to be paid into the FUFA bank account and bring proof of payment of the same to the committee. The fine is to be paid within fifteen (15) days from receipt of this decision that is by 3rd December 2022.

“The club is directed to keep its fans in order as stated in Article 31(10)(F)(III) to stop putting the game of football into disrepute.
Should the club fail to heed to the sanction above, the CDP shall be constrained to take stringent disciplinary measures against it.”

Blacks Power join SC Villa, who were deducted points recently and banned from hosting games within Kampala, central and Buganda regions due to hooliganism.

Busoga United is also expected to be punished for the incidents that happened in their game against Express

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