KCCA FC SUSPENDS TWO FANS FOR ATTACKING MATCH OFFICIAL


Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC)

The Kampala Capital City Authority  Football Club (KCCA FC) has suspended two of their fans for misconduct towards the center referee in their game against Express FC.

KCCA FC is a Ugandan football club from Kampala, competing in the Ugandan domestic league. Two fans identified as Nasumwe Julia and Abdulmahid has been banned from 3 home games after it was found out by the club management that, the fans were seen verbally abusing center referee Manhood Ssali.  This according to the club officials will serve as a deterrent to the rest of their fans to stop misbehaving when they come to the stadium.

"Uganda Premier League side KCCA FC have suspended two fans for 3 consecutive home matches.

The two fans, identified as Nasumwe Julia and Abdulmahid Patanguli have been suspended for verbally abusing referee Mashood Ssali immediately after the match between KCCA and Express FC that ended 1:1" the club website revealed.

KCCA has the largest support base in the city capital of Uganda. Kampala City Council was rebranded to Kampala Capital City Authority and the club title has been changed accordingly.

KCCA FC lies second on the log with 46 points, only 4 points separating them from Vipers who are leading the log with 50 points.

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