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Arua Hill to play in the 2024/25 FUFA Big League


Arua Hill SC had their appeal to stay in the 2023/24 Uganda Premier League season has been rejected on Tuesday 6th February 2024.

According to the football governing body in Uganda, FUFA they say the Arua side ‘violated it’s obligations under the Club Licensing Regulations’.

Therefore Arua Hill has been advised to start preps for 2024/25 Big League season as per a letter penned down by the FUFA Deputy CEO in charge of football, Decolas Kizza.

After losing a couple of players to a number of UPL clubs like their Captain Gadaffi Wahab to NEC and signing a few.

All this came as a result of change in ownership after former owner Engineer Joel Aita declared that he had left the Club since it wasn’t bringing in profit.

Shortly after Aita left there were reports that their head coach Charles Livingstone Mbabazi was the largest shareholder with 51%  something that shocked many.

However he led the Club through the first round of the 2023-2024 season, and later on resigned with on match left close the first round.

When the fixtures for the second round were released, Arua Hill SC was missing and was advised to appeal after fulfilling the conditions  which included playing ground, assets, liabilities, appointment of a Chief Executive Officer, technical staff and their employment contracts, list of players with their contracts.

Pending a chat with the Arua Hill SC chairman Hassan Takoowa Mugerwa he had something to say as said below;

As Touchline we shall follow the proceedings.

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