Express Football Club head coach Wasswa Bbosa has been found guilty of making unsporting comments by the Fufa Ethics and Disciplinary Committee during the defeat to Arua Hill on the season-opening day.
Bbosa allegedly said that “CEO Waffe Yasasudde ba referee bankube omupiira nkimanyi” loosely translated as “Our CEO paid the referees to ensure we lose this match”.
Match referee Lucky Kasalirwe gave a foul outside the area after Eric Kambale was felled around the edge of the area a decision that left Bbosa fuming.
“Wasswa Bbosa, the Head coach of Express FC has been suspended for three Competition matches and fined UGX2M for his unsporting comments made in the UPL match between Express FC and Arua Hill,” reads part of the statement released by Fufa.
“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.”
Bbosa will thus miss matches starting on Saturday at Bombo when the Red Eagles visit UPDF plus away match against Bul and at home against Viper