Mike Mutebi and Mujib Kasule have been asked by FUFA to provide observations in relation to comments made about refereeing in the previous weeks.
Before the fiery derby against Express a couple of weeks ago, Mutebi in a pre-match press conference said ‘referees have mismanaged our last four games’ and also said he will be forced to attack people.
The KCCA manager had also called for referee’s professionalism prior to his side’s potential title decider against Vipers which the champions lost 3-2.
But it appears the FA didn’t take well to Mutebi’s outburst and he was summoned to face the Disciplinary Committee Panel which he did on Wednesday.
For Proline’s Kasule, the FA summoned him over his comments after the 1-1 draw with Mbarara City in which he said ‘We again played against 14 men’, the same comment he had made after losing to Vipers at Lugogo.
Kasule confirmed appearing before the committee on Thursday but didn’t divulge much. “I have been there,” he said. “It was mostly about comments made after the Mbarara game,” he added.
Kawowo Sports also understands that Maroons coach Asaph Mwebaze also appeared before committee over comments made in the aftermath of a 2-0 defeat at Bul.
It remains to be seen whether they will be reprimanded or not but given the way cases have been handled this season, they may be snapped with fines, sanctions or both.
Already this season, coaches Fred Kajoba (Bright Stars), Charles Ayiekoh (Kirinya), Wasswa Bbosa (SC Villa) and Miguel Da Costa (Vipers) have faced the long arm of the law.