SC Villa change home ground again

Villa were just recently granted a temporary license that allows them to play in the league and have yet to start the season.

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SC Villa players after a training session. PHOTO/SC Villa.

SC Villa will host their games at the Fufa technical centre in Njeru, Jinja, the club has announced.

This is the the third time that the 16 time record league winners are changing a home ground even before they kick a ball in the 2021/22 season.

At first, the club said they had Njeru as their home but days later, it was established that they had settled for the Kavumba Recreation Centre in Wakiso.

And now, according to information posted on club official website, they return to Njeru.

“We have returned to Njeru as had earlier been arranged by the club before we shifted to Kavumba recently. So, we will be playing all our home games there until Namboole is available again in the future,” the club posted quoting Ms Brenda Nambalirwa, the deputy CEO.

It should also be noted that a few weeks ago, Fufa said they had banned Ms Brenda Nambalirwa for taking football matters to courts of law. Whether a secret pardon was made to her later on not remains a mystery.

Villa said that they had sought out refuge at Kavumba after they found Njeru inaccessible, yet they had already paid for the ground.

However, it’s said that Fufa who are the owners of the facility have since sorted out the misunderstanding and hence going back.

Villa were just recently granted a temporary license that allows them to play in the league and have yet to start the season.

Rumours making rounds indicate the once powerful Jogoos could begin the campaign at the Mary’s stadium in Kitende against Vipers SC. However, the league managers are still quiet about the matter.

The StarTimes Premier League kicked off on October 15, 20 and heads into match day 3 starting from tomorrow.

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