The latest information is that Express Fc has joined the 10 clubs names Proline, Busoga, Onduparaka, Mbarara City, Maroons, Kyetume, Wakiso Giants, Tooro United, Bul Fc, Bright Stars.

All which are calling upon the cabinet minister of Education and sports to intervene in what they call unfair, non consultative, exploitative relationship they have with their governing body FUFA.

The area of contention is now the 10bn Government donation to a certain group of top government officials were given huge sums of commission for brokening the deal and the Startimes commission agents percentage that was meant to be shared by the UPL Clubs has remained a mystery.

This was after a letter signed by the UPL CEO Bernard Bainamani indicated “that there is no Agent for the Startimes deal. “The 10% commission was allocated to the clubs while the other 5% was offered to the secretariat to cover part of the deficit of shs 185m on the budget”

However, UPL clubs have never received this money and this is why the UPL board is siding with FUFA for protection and not the clubs that elected them as their representatives.