Referee Kirangwa Ronald who was in charge of the game.

Uganda football governing body FUFA, through its Appeals Committee has reduced on the bans it had given to the different match officials and players.

FUFA had banned the match officials following controversy around Tito Okello’s equalizer in the 1-1 draw between Vipers SC and Express FC at Wankulukuku in November 2018.

The FUFA Appeals Committee reduced referee Ronald Kirangwa’s ban from 3 years to 6 months. The new period includes the time he has been serving the ban.

The Committee also reduced assistant referee Samuel Kakembo’s ban from 5 years to 1 year but; the new period includes the time he has been serving the ban and will be demoted from top flight refereeing for one year after serving the new ban period.

Vincent Kasoki’s 365 days ban has been cut to 4 months. The Bumatte FC player was handed the initial ban and fined Shs300,000 by the FUFA Disciplinary Competitions Panel for unsporting behavior towards a match official in his team’s game against Kitara FC.

Twaha Ayiman’s 365 days ban has been reduced to five months. The Nkumba University Beach Soccer player was handed the initial ban by the FUFA Disciplinary Competitions Panel for unsporting behavior towards a match official in his team’s game against Talented BSC.