Uganda Premier League side SC Villa have been deducted one point by the FUFA Competitions Disciplinary panel.
According to FUFA, Disciplinary actions were opened up against the management of SC Villa basing on the match report during their match against KCCA FC on 18th December
In the 76th minute, SC Villa fans threw broken beer bottles to the KCCA FC Technical bench.
The Jogoos fans protested Mato Rogers header that protruded through the already torn net in a 1-1 all draw against KCCA before Nicholas Kabonge won and scored a late penalty.
SC Villa was earlier cautioned after its fans pelted stones to the BUL FC Technical bench which led to temporary stoppage of the game in a 2-1 loss to BUL and they were slapped with a suspended deduction of two points and two goals which will be effected should similar incident happen then.
Therefore the FUFA Competitions Disciplinary panel sanctions SC Villa for violation of FUFA Competitions Rules and Regulations, the Jogoos have one point deduction from the ones already accrued by the club.
The club management is also directed to have fans, fan’s leaders, club safety and security officers plus all club officials go through safety and security training by CAF safety and security officers within 14 days.
With a point docked, SC Villa sits 11th on the log with 12 points, they host Tooro United on Monday at the FUFA Technical Centre Njeru.