In bid to fight hooliganism in Ugandan football, FUFA have asked Uganda Premier League side SC Villa Jogoo to produce the fans who threw objects towards the players on the field in their game.

The incident led to the halting of the game in the 75th minute.

The unruly SC Villa fans threw the objects on the pitch because they did not agree with some of the decisions that were made by the referee while officiating which brought the game to a standstill for two minutes.

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“SC Villa JOGOO given 48 hours to produce individual fans who were involved in the acts of hooliganism & violence in the UPL match against Bright Stars FC on 6/02/2019. SC Villa JOGOO fans threw objects and chairs onto the field of play forcing the match to stop in the 75th minute.” Fufa said.

The two sides settled for a one-all draw at Namboole stadium. Both goals came in the first half of the game.

Bashir Mutanda scored for the hosts while Alfred Onek was on target for the Bright Stars.

Last season, Vipers SC president Lawrence Mulindwa banned a section of Villa fans from accessing St. Mary’s Stadium after they caused damage on the stadium amounting to over ten million shillings.

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