URA FC defender Derrick Ndahiro will miss his side’s home game against SC Villa on Saturday, December 17th due to a suspension induced by misconduct.
According to the referee’s report from the game between URA and Blacks Power on Friday, December 2nd, Ndahiro used abusive language as he confronted the second assistant referee.
The FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel (CDP) therefore suspended the left back for two matches.
“The FUFA CDP relied on match reports which state that in UPL match 73 URA FC vs Blacks Power FC played on Friday 2nd December, player No.13 Derrick Ndahiro abused the 2nd assistant referee using offensive language and insulting words,” a FUFA statement read.
“The panel, therefore, suspends Ndahiro Derrick for two competition matches effective immediately as of 12th December 2022.”
“The management of the club is directed to ensure implementation of the above sanction,” the statement concluded.
The aforementioned game where Ndahiro misbehaved ended goalless in Nakisunga a fortnight ago.
URA’s visit to Modern Gaddafi FC is the second game that the Uganda Cranes player will miss on Tuesday, December 20th.
The Tax Collectors are winless in the last five games having drawn four games to KCCA, UPDF, Maroons, and Blacks Power and lost the other to Vipers.
Sam Timbe’s charges are placed in the bottom half of the table with 13 points in the 11th position after 12 games.