The Federation of Uganda Football Association Disciplinary Committee (FUFA) have reportedly sanctioned Mike Mutebi for bringing the domestic game to disrepute.
The KCCA Football Club head coach had previously alleged that all but one of the last 20 league games had been fixed.
FUFA, however, did not take the comments made by Mutebi lightly, summoning to the disciplinary committee, and as a result, of the allegations, he has been handed a four-match touchline ban and additional two million shillings fine.
In other news, Bright Stars head coach Fred Kajoba has also been found guilty of leading his technical bench to the field during the league game against Tooro United to allegedly protest a penalty decision, bringing the match to a halt for a few minutes.
For his actions, Kajoba has been slapped with a fine of two million shillings.
URA Football Club head coach Sam Ssimbwa has also been sanctioned. Ssimbwa made tribalist comments during a post-match brief in Jinja after his side was held by Kirinya-Jinja SS in a league game.
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