Police FC chairman Asan Kasingye has called out the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) to go ahead and ban him for his actions at St Marys Stadium Kitende as his side lost 3-2 to Vipers on Friday.
Kasingye left his seat in the executive wing of the Stadium, stormed to the playing arena, and protested a red card to the Police goalkeeper Derrick Ochan.
Ochan was shown marching orders for what looked like handling the ball outside his goal area by referee George Olemu after consultations with his second assistant referee Juma Osire.
“Fufa hurry, suspend me, and enjoy your referees’ antics,” Kasingye posted on his Twitter handle.
Later in a telephone interview with KFM, Kasingye added: “I want FUFA to come out and suspend me or ban me, I am ready.”
Kasingye who is also the Assistant Inspector General of Police wants Vipers banned for life from football.
“They must. It has even taken them ages to do so. That team must be banned for life. This is a mockery of our time, money, and effort in football. #StopCorruptionInFootbalUg.”
On asked why Kasingye said: “Different chairmen have written complaining about this for some time now but no action has been taken.”
“In our club meetings with UPL, we have raised these issues but everyone is paying a deaf ear and it is not good for the game,” Kasingye added.
He has also promised to name and shame for the good of the game, something he hopes will save the situation.