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FUFA appoints officials for Uganda Cup final tie

Stanbic Uganda Cup, Finals

Saturday 25th May 2019

Proline vs Bright Stars – Masaka Recreation playground

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) Referees Standing Committee has appointed match officials that will handle the Stanbic Uganda Cup final game.

The game will be played on Saturday 25th May between Proline and Bright Stars at Masaka Recreation playground.

The FUFA Referees Standing Committee has appointed Ali Sabbira Chelengat as the center referee of the game.

Sabbira will be assisted by referees Mark Ssonko and Issa Masembe as the first and second assistants respectively.

FIFA Referee William Wilberforce Oloya has been appointed as the fourth official for this encounter while Amin Bbosa Nkono will be the Referees’ Assessor.

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Proline ejected Kyetume on the semifinals via spot kicks to reach finals while Bright Stars saw off Express FC.

The winner of the Uganda Cup will represent Uganda at the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) Confederation Cup tournament next season.

KCCA is the defending champions of the Uganda Cup.

Proline vs BrightStars match officials

Center Referee: Ali Sabila Chelengat
Assistant Referee 1: Mark Ssonko
Assistant Referee 2: Issa Masembe
Fourth Official: William Wilberforce Oloya
Referees’ Assessor: Amin Bbosa Nkono

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