By Thomas Odongo
After FUFA recently sealing a deal with Sports Broadcasting Limited for the Uganda Premier League starting next season, unsourced reports especially on social media claimed that FUFA had warned club managers in regards to the matter.
In a statement released on Tuesday evening, FUFA insisted that there is no beef between the 16 top flight sides and the football body.
''The Federation is now at a stage of operationalizing the contract which will involve parties and clubs concerned on the allocation of finances,'' the statement noted.
Instead of spreading malicious accusations, FUFA however urges that everybody who is wishing Uganda football to reach greater heights should rally behind and push the game on.
FUFA also urged that they are focused towards the development of the game and at the same time thriving to set avenues of bringing more sponsors and partners on board.
FUFA has always been in wrangles with various parties with malicious accusations roaming in the air targeting specific individuals.
FUFA President, Moses Magogo has always been the center of controversies and this has been partly caused by different factions in FUFA