Saturday 11th March
BUL vs SC Villa, FUFA Technical Centre Njeru (FUFA TV)
Ali Sabila will be the Centre Referee for the Stanbic Uganda Cup controversial replay between BUL and SC Villa this Saturday at FUFA Technical Centre in Njeru.
Hakim Mulindwa and Emmanuel Okudra will be the assistant referees in that order while George Nkurunziza is the fourth official.
It promises to be a long evening for Sabila who was recently in hot soup after allowing a controversial KCCA goal by Rogers Mato to stand against Wakiso Giants.
Sabila later on missed out on the final shortlist for the AFCON U20, and later attended the CAF Preparation Course in Egypt.
The BUL-Villa Uganda Cup round of 32 game was ordered to be replayed following a petition by SC Villa complaining about their disallowed goal in the match that was played on February 17 2023.
BUL initially ejected SC Villa at the round of 32 thanks to Ronald Otti’s goal.
The Jogoos thought they had levelled matters when Charles Bbale tapped in after Joseph Kafumbe had initially rattled the post but the goal was ruled out for offside.
FUFA, then, said that they received a report from the Referee’s Disciplinary panel that indicated that the Assistant Referee Muyanga Khalid admitted that he had made an incorrect decision of denying Villa the goal.
Stanbic Uganda Cup Round of 16 Fixtures:
Tuesday, 14th March 2023
*Wakiso Giants FC v Vipers SC — Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium (4:00 PM) FUFA TV
*Soltilo Bright Stars FC v Kiyinda Boys — Kavumba Recreation Grounds (4:00 PM)
Wednesday, 15th March 2023
*Express FC v Paidha Black Angels FC — Muteesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku (4:00 PM) FUFA TV
*Onduparaka FC v BUL/SC Villa — Green Light Stadium, Arua (4:00 PM)
Friday, 17th March 2023
*KCCA FC v Mbarara City FC — MTN Omondi Stadium (4:00 PM) FUFA TV
Sunday, 19th March 2023
*Calvary FC v Kitara FC — Midigo P/S Ground (4:00 PM)
*Adjumani TC FC v Bunyaruguru United FC — Paridi Stadium (4:00 PM)
Monday, 20th March 2023
*Police FC v Ndejje University FC — Kavumba Recreation Grounds (4:00 PM) FUFA TV