Fufa fines, suspends Express FC coach Wasswa Bbosa

Newly promoted Arua Hill on match day one stunned Bbosa’s side with a 2-0 victory at Express’ home at the Betway Wankulukuku Stadium.

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Mr Wasswa Bbosa pictured while complaining to a match official last Friday. PHOTO/Batanudde John.

Express Football Club head coach, Wasswa Bbosa has been “suspended for three Competition matches and fined UGX2M for his unsporting comments made in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League match between Express FC Arua Hill SC.”

Through their Ethics and Disciplinary Committee, the Federation of Uganda Football Associations has ordered Bbosa to pay the two million shillings within 15 days.

“The fine of UGX2M must be paid within 15 days from receipt of the decision released today. He is required to produce proof of payment of the same to the Ethics and Disciplinary Committee by 5th November 2021.

Newly promoted Arua Hill on match day one stunned Bbosa’s side with a 2-0 victory at Express’ home at the Betway Wankulukuku Stadium.

After the game, the coach allegedly made some outrageous comments about both club CEO Isaac Mwesigwa and the officials who were in charge of the fixture.

Mr Isaac Mwesigwa the Chief Executive Officer of Express Football Club.PHOTO/COURTESY.

It’s said that Bbosa attributed the team’s loss to Mwesigwa whom he accused of “paying the referee”to make decisions against Express.

In reaction, Fufa got concerned and tasked Bbosa to submit a written statement by Thursday, 21(yesterday) October 2021 in relation to his comments.

Although it’s not yet clear whether he submitted the same, Bbosa will for now have to deal with the punishment at hand.

Captains of both Express and Arua Hill with match day officials before kick off. PHOTO/COURTESY.

Unless appealed against, the ruling means Bbosa will miss the next three Uganda premier league games including the visit to UPDF at Bombo Barracks tomorrow.

Sources close to the club say all is not well in Wankulukuku. It’s said that the coach and CEO are at loggerheads something that is gradually eating into the performance of the players.

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