no thanks— Dan Jones (@Dan125Jones) February 17, 2020 Ugly— DündarSiz (@Dundar_Siz) February 17, 2020 Horrific.— Simon (@officialsmoody) February 17, 2020 pic.twitter.com/7t4mYJ6peE— BASE615 (@base615) February 17, 2020 TOTTENHAM’S home kit for next season has been leaked online and fans have branded it “horrific”.Spurs switched from Under Armour to Nike in 2017 and enter their fourth season with the manufacturer next term.2 Tottenham’s home kit for next season has been leaked onlineFootyHeadlines, who have a track record of revealing new kits before official release, shared the apparent home jersey for Tottenham’s 2020-21 season.But fans have not reacted well to their potential new design and are left praying the away kit is more pleasant on the eye.One said: “If this is our home kit, I’ll wait for the away kit thanks.”Another said: “Beyond disgusting.”❗️LEAKED | Tottenham Hotspur’s reportedly leaked design for the 2020/21 home shirt from Nike.[@Footy_Headlines]#THFC #COYS pic.twitter.com/lM5uixqvek— Last Word On Spurs🎙 (@LastWordOnSpurs) February 17, 2020 If this is our home kit, I’ll wait for the away kit thanks 😬— Jo Mac (@Jomacjomac) February 17, 2020 Beyond disgusting— Jill Lewis (@jilllewis33) February 17, 2020 Nike are ditching their football kit templates for next season with Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool among the teams affected.The American giants were widely criticised for some of their “boring” instalments over the last few season but it appears Premier League fans can expect something much different next season.Whether they are a hit with fans remains to be seen however, with the early signs from Spurs far from promising.TICK-SHOCKBrighton, Chelsea and Spurs currently sport the famous Nike swoosh on their chests with Prem champions in waiting Liverpool signed up for the next campaign.After criticism, Nike’s senior director of global communications Heidi Burgett confirmed each team would have their own unique design for 2020-21. Most read in football THROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring’NICE RONCristiano Ronaldo goes on family bike ride with partner Georgina Rodriguez & kidsShe tweeted: “We’re ditching the templates.”For the 2020 kits, Nike designers had 65 chassis options available to them across varying necklines, sleeves, cuffs, badge placement, etc.”From hand-drawn prints to custom fonts, each team’s look will be its own.”2Bizarre moment Lacazette gets Arsenal pal Joe Willock to sniff his fingers as TV cameras turn to bench Another spurs / Nike effort I won’t buy— Playa_Plays (@PlayasGnaPlay) February 17, 2020
The president of LaLiga, Javier Tebas (Costa Rica, 1962), attends AS by phone for fifteen interesting minutes to analyze the coronavirus crisis that is also fully affecting Spanish football, since all competitions are suspended until further notice.Health First: How are you?All right. All good. The whole family is fine.Has the outlook improved in terms of competition compared to a couple of days ago?We were already saying it in our strategy. We said that things would improve and that the competition was going to end. It is a very important decision by UEFA and we have already thanked them. We all have to be in solidarity with UEFA because they also have important competitions that they are going to give up.There have been many possible scenarios that the championship faced. But what if it is still not possible to resume LaLiga because the coronavirus is not controlled, what would happen to the classification, champion, decreases and promotions?If it cannot be played in a few months, then the competition would end. It has two aspects, the sports field, which we would already work on at the time, how it has to be solved, and the economic aspect, which we will also take into account if that situation arrives. But we believe that because of the experience that is taking place, because it has happened in other places, with the suspension of the Eurocup we will finish the competitions perfectly.Does any of your plans include the possibility that Barça would be champion if it were not possible to resume the championship?I do not know. That time will come. There is a lot of talk about this but it is not the subject of debate at the moment. I cannot speculate on these future issues that need not be discussed now. What need is there now to discuss who should win the League, who should go down and who should go up. Now you have to spend all your time being able to finish the competition.In LaLiga, the issue of income from television is very concerned because it could be lost. Isn’t there insurance that guarantees that income in cases like these?That is studied in first grade. Some have missed that class. Natural catastrophes of this magnitude are never insured. If not, the insurance system would break if that circumstance occurred. It would happen the same as with earthquakes. The proof is that neither UEFA, nor the Premier, nor the Bundesliga, nor any league in the world, nor the American ones, are assured of these issues. Does not exist. No chance.You spoke of almost 700 million losses if the missing 25% of LaLiga was not played. How is it possible for the RFEF to ensure that it can guarantee all its payments to the clubs?Man, because we will have to see the income from where they come from each one. Those of the Federation come from a tournament that has already been played and another important game comes from LaLiga. Of the institution and the clubs. We give 1% of the audiovisual rights, we also give money for a subject of the Coordination Agreement and that is a very important part of what the RFEF has guaranteed to the clubs. A very important part of the money they have put into Impulsa 23 projects and some more come from LaLigaA major inconvenience may arise. That the competition extends beyond June 30 and there are footballers whose contract expires. As a lawyer, how can that be solved? Is there a plan in place?The scenario we are working on is that it ends before June 30. All the plans outlined here are the most troublesome … Our scenario is that the League will be finished by then. And what’s more, the rest of the competitions. Not only the League. In all the countries of Europe. In many it was going to end in May and in all it will end before that June 30.I insist. If it could not, how would it be solved?We are not currently studying this possibility in general. There are many leagues and each one has its peculiarities. The five major leagues and the Danish, if I remember correctly, have enough matches left and then you have to see. But we have not considered that. If we finish on June 30, as we want, we have to see when the last date that can be started in all competitions, then the penultimate and so on. You have to work backwards from what many think. It is not when it will start, but when you can play the last one and from there organize backwards.Italy has already said it could play in July. Would that be possible in Spain?I just had a video conference with all the leagues and I am not going to anticipate what Italy wants to do …Much criticism has been rained over the test distribution to the clubs revealed by AS this week. Can you explain what happened?There are simply three questions there. First: the testing is a service that was ordered a day or two days before the alarm. Therefore it did not affect this issue. Two: a lot of demagogy is being done on this issue. And three: we all work for the service of the competition.Rubiales has called him unpatriotic for the matter of the tests distributed to the clubs.I am not going to talk about Rubiales. It’s nothing new. Every time he opens his mouth it is to attack LaLiga and its clubs, with falsehoods, from ignorance (such as ensuring a pandemic) and cheap populism. We are used to it. We to work, for that we are. The time will come to answer.Do you regret having made this move with the tests?Do not.There are clubs like Valladolid and Eibar that have preferred to transfer these LaLiga tests to the neediest sectors of the population. What do you think of that gesture?I am not going to go into acts that are done afterwards when there may be social pressure. Well, hey, I think it’s very good what everyone says. The real history of each one I know very well and now I prefer not to comment on them. Don’t you think that the feeling has remained that LaLiga has thought that there are first-class citizens and second-class citizens?Not at all. LaLiga has collaborated and is collaborating with society and with many issues related to the coronavirus. He even collaborated with the Chinese government on many issues when this problem started. There are no first class citizens and second class citizens. LaLiga has the obligation to contract this type of services. And it was what he did. And before an alarm was decreed.Is it possible to know the official data of infected players in LaLiga?No. We leave this topic here because we would enter the morbid. And that’s not what LaLiga likes or cares about. It is a specific topic in everything that is happening.Well, I would see no problem in LaLiga providing that data. All the organisms are doing it with total transparency and nothing happens.Our data is what is emerging daily from the clubs. Right now, from memory, I don’t know how many cases of infected we are talking about. The clubs are making it official.Have Thebes and LaLiga workers passed these tests?Do not.Could the League be resumed with players on sick leave or would there be no positive cases in Spanish football?We will analyze it by the time we reach that situation. There is a month and a half to go to that moment and it is not a subject that we are dealing with right now. I insist. It is an interview all the time talking about future problems and not about the problems that have to be solved now, in the present.That’s what we are going to now.Very Spanish, by the way, very Spanish.There is time for everything. I understand that they have sent five calendar proposals to UEFA to study now how everything will be restructured. What is the most optimistic date to play again?These five alternatives have already been commented on and now we are going to continue working on UEFA’s reduced committee. Let’s take a good look at all the possibilities. Until the month of May advanced, and it is the only thing I can say, we have time to start competing.Would it be behind closed doors?It will depend on the circumstances of that moment. We do not decide. We will see how the virus is spread and its levels of contagion at that time. Playing with fans or behind closed doors does not depend on LaLiga. It depends on the Health and Government instructions, which we will always follow.It would be necessary to play days during the week. How many?Obviously it would be necessary to play during the week. With knowing how to add one realizes.And will there be Champions on weekends?Well, it will depend on how we have to coordinate everything. Not only does the League exist and we have to coordinate with the rest of the competitions. In Champions there are five leagues involved and in the Europa League, 11. It may be the case that the league is played during the week when there is a Champions League day and vice versa, that there are Champions League games on days when competitions are also played nationals in any country.Would it give time for the Playoff promotion to be played in Second?Yeah right.Did LaLiga have an alternative plan in case the Euro Cup was not postponed?Also if. We had another plan.In China sports competitions are already going to resume. In Spain, will it take us more or less time to do it?It would be speculating. I hope it takes less time. But I cannot determine exactly.LaLiga has a very good relationship with China for joint sports and commercial interests. Have they asked their advice for tackling this crisis?We already know that Chinese politics is very different from Spanish politics. They failed and the subject of the calendar was very different from what was happening here. The Asian Cup was also suspended very quickly.There are already voices that soccer players will have to lower their salaries soon so that the clubs can come out of this crisis caused by the coronavirus. Do you know that this will be the case?What I know is that it is a concern of the clubs. It is a subject studied by the legal offices of the clubs, as is the case with any commercial company in this country. And it will be a question to be analyzed by the clubs and LaLiga in the coming days. It is not a priority subject to study right now.Will LaLiga take any action or make a recommendation to the clubs against layoffs, ERES and ERTES?LaLiga always tries to advise the clubs as best as possible and will give advice on the line that it deems necessary to address. If it is necessary to do it in this aspect, we will also do it.What are sponsors and broadcasters broadcasting to you?Last week was the moment when there was the most concern since it was when the championship was suspended. I had several video conferences with all those affected, including banks and funds. They are convinced and calm that the competition is going to restart.Will you attend the meetings with the RFEF to reorder the calendar?There is a very broad commission and the people we have appointed from LaLiga go. Where I am going and I have had some videoconferences is with the UEFA commission because that is where the whole European calendar, the leagues, the cups and the Champions League is resolved. LaLiga will be present at the meetings that the RFEF says.And the last one. Will he appear publicly in LaLiga someday as all the presidents of large organizations are doing?By giving some interviews I think that people are already sufficiently informed. The important appearances are those that the Prime Minister has to make. I don’t think I have to make any such appearances now. It would be out of place.
Dear Editor,It was announced on February 28 that the world’s largest marijuana company has signalled its intention to be listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Also, more than 33 states in the USA have legalised marijuana, for medical and/or recreational use. Uruguay, North Korea and other countries have fully legalised marijuana.What these states and countries have in common are strong and growing economies, because of the revenue being collected from taxes and trade. It is also important to note that the Netherlands, which was one of the first to legalize Marijuana, has a crime rate that is less than most countries in the world, to the point where that country is actually closing some of its prisons.If Guyana wants to find a viable alternative to the sugar industry, which is now in crisis, why not invest in marijuana as an agricultural, research and product manufacturing economy. We have the land and the agricultural know-how to transition to this crop very easily, and its return on investment would be much higher than rice and sugar combined.The marijuana industry generated US$ 6.7 billion in revenue in North America in 2016, and is projected to grow to US$20 billion by 2021. In Colorado alone, the industry generated US$1 billion in sales in 2015, and that state collected US$150 million in taxes and fees. All this in just a few years, while countries like Guyana are doing the opposite by spending tax payers’ money to send people to prison, while other countries are using those people to grow their economies.Any Government that does not reform its marijuana laws is doing an injustice to its citizens, and I am surprised that we have not yet tabled a bill to reform our laws to pave the way for a marijuana industry.We should be thinking of ways to replace the sugar cane fields with marijuana plants and setting up research facilities and factories to produce all the countless products that come from marijuana, which include medicines, clothes, cosmetics and other industrial products. We should be setting up marijuana resorts for tourism like the Netherlands, and differentiate ourselves as an organic producer of quality weed.Once again, we are not taking the opportunity to seize a moment to diversify our income streams for the country; instead, we are all focused on Exxon and the 1% oil contract. We must open our eyes and see that most, if not all, countries of coloured people, with the exception of some Middle Eastern states, have not seen much prosperity from oil. The list is long, and ranges from Nigeria to Equatorial Guinea to Angola and others.Let’s not depend solely on our politicians to bring us economic liberation, because we will be waiting for a very, very long time. We must start thinking of our country as our own, and demand a better future.Sincerely,Malcolm Watkins
The President of the Liberian Business Association (LIBA), Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah has said that for Liberians to take charge of their country’s economy it is crucial that and the 25 percent budget expenditure allocated to Liberian-owned businesses by the government should be increased to 100 per cent.He argued that Liberians are building confidence in the banking sector and therefore it is necessary for the government to fully support Liberian businesses to let them take charge of the economy.Mr. Kemayah made the statement over the weekend at a one-day policy dialogue on validation consultation, organized by the Governance Commission on Scoping Study of Liberian Entrepreneurs’ Participation in the Liberian Economy, held at a local resort in Monrovia.“We still can do better and therefore it will be helpful for the government to increase the 25 per cent to 100 per cent,” he said.He therefore called on the Public Procurement and Concessions Commission (PPCC) to make public the list of Liberian businesses that have benefited from the implementation of the Small Businesses Act since its inception two years ago.Commenting on the unwillingness of Liberian businesses to take advantage of training opportunities, Kemayah called on the commission to allow LIBA to take the lead in arranging and conducting future training for its members.“When you allow us to take the lead, our members will have more confidence in the process,” he emphasized.For his part, executive director of the PPCC, James Dorbor Jallah, disclosed that over US$90 million has been committed to Liberian businesses by 82 Government of Liberia-funded agencies.The amount is part of the agencies’ procurement allotment in the 2015/16 fiscal budget.He added that some of the agencies have committed up to 100 percent of their procurement allotment, implying that their procurement budget is committed to tender competition among only Liberian companies.“The average national percentage is about 30 percent; so what that means is that nationally, though the law requires a minimum of 25 percent, we are doing five percent more than it is required,” Jallah pointed out.The PPCC Executive Director, however, lamented on the inability of Liberian businesses to deliver quality services on contracts awarded them.He said in spite of the provision by the Small Businesses Act, which requires that 25 percent of all government procurements be committed to Liberian businesses, the commission will not relax its rules to awarding contracts to institutions that lack the technical capacity to deliver on contracts.Jallah also frowned on Liberian companies for their unwillingness to take advantage of training opportunities offered them by the commission.“We remain open to the training of Liberian businesses that are in need of capacity building in procurement and related PPCC exercises,” he added.He pledged PPCC’s support to Liberian businesses to ensure that they have a place in the economy through the enforcement of the Small Businesses Empowerment Law, without compromise.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The Auto Parts Dealers Union of Liberia Incorporated (APDULI) has embarked on a US$575,000 building project.The union’s president, Alhaji S. M. Sesay, made the disclosure during an interaction with scores of journalists yesterday. They later toured the project’s site in Clara Town.Sesay said a little over US$125,000 generated from members has been used on the project.The project, he said comprises 70 shops, an office space, a conference room, bathrooms, among other compartments.In order to have the project completed, he said, about US$400,000 more is needed, which the union remains hopeful to get from the government. “We believe that having such business facilities will help to attract government in doing business with the union. We want to benefit from national government and this is one of the best ways for us as a union to have,” Sesay said. He called on the government and partners to support the union as its members are seriously working to raise the much needed funds for the project. He said the project was scheduled to have been completed in two years, which has elapsed.“We want to applaud all our members for their support to this worthy project, which is the first of its kind in the country. Over 1,000 members are committed in paying their dues to ensure that our dream is realized,” president Sesay said.Mr. Sesay called on the government, politicians, local and international partners to help the union to complete the project.Since the union was established in 2012, he said, it has extended its membership to all parts of the country.Also speaking, William T. Bombo chairman on the building committee, said the union is seeking support because of the economic situation in now in the country, which has slowed down the project.Mr. Bombo said the initiative will empower Liberians in the auto parts business as well as improve business relations the government and others.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Friday was a great first day as the Flyers beat their rivals Dawson Creek in the opening game 4-3. Brysan Eklund started the scoring five minutes into the game assisted by Jarod Lang. Dawson scored the next two goals taking a 2-1 lead at the end of the first period. In the second, Nolan Lagace tied the game 2-2 with assists going to Alex Hartman and Austin Baxter. Alexander Breunig gave the Flyers the lead with two minutes left in the period with help from Joshua Robinson and Gavin Gould. Dawson battled right back and tied the game 3-3 a minute later. It was a scoreless third period until Hartman buried one, from Ricky Bateman and Robinson, with only two minutes left to give the Flyers. The MVP of the game was Ricky Bateman. That evening the Flyers took on the Prince George Cougars in a tightly contested battle coming out the victor with a 2-1 win. After a scoreless opening period Lang netted one with 2 minutes left in the second frame. Prince George tied the game early in the third and it remained tied until Devin Swanson ripped one low from the point from an Emerson Loewen pass. Lane Delfs earned the MVP for the Flyers. Saturday proved to be a challenge as the Flyers tangled with Smithers losing 6-4. However, this still allowed the Flyers to take second on their side and to play Quesnel for the right to go to the final. Bateman scored a pair, Loewen and George Seguin-Morin both netted one and Eklund and Robinson both contributed with two assists. Austin Baxter earned the MVP.- Advertisement – In their second game of the day, Quesnel opened the scoring on the powerplay but Robinson tied the game four minutes later. On the next face off Bruenig walked through everyone and snapped one in to give the Flyers the lead 2- 1. Quesnel tied the game with two minutes left in the first frame. In the second, Quesnel scored two quick goals before Lang answered with one for the Flyers. Quesnel answered back with one more to make it 5-3 after two periods. Although the Flyers had numerous chances and kept the pressure on Quesnel for the majority of the third period they couldn’t get one past their goalie. Quesnel scored on the powerplay with 33 seconds left in the game to finish the scoring and earn the win 6-3. The players of the game were Joshua Robinson and Jarod Lang. In their final game of the weekend Sunday morning, the Flyers had a rematch with Smithers and jumped out to a 4-0 lead with goals from Lagace, Bateman, Seguin-Morin, and James Bowie. Smithers made it interesting when they scored three goals to the Flyers one goal from Loewen to make it 5-3 after two. Both teams scored only once in the final frame with the Flyers winning 6-4. The players of the game were Nolan Lagace and Alex Hartman.Advertisement Next Sunday, February 5th the Flyers will play an All Peace Game against Peace River in Napa.
Finner Camp in Ballyshannon.Have you ever passed Finner Camp in Ballyshannon and wondered what it is like behind those gates?The army camp has been synonymous with Donegal life for many decades.But not many people have ever seen it from the inside. Well, now is your chance.There will be a Field Day to Finner Camp on Sunday 16th, entering main gate for 2.30pm start.The guide there will be Col. Declan o’Carroll and refreshments will be available.The tour is organised by the Donegal Historical Society. NB : This is not an open day for all members of the public in Finner Camp. It is a Field Day organised by the Donegal Historical Society and entrance to the camp is restricted to members of the Society and their immediate friends. GET A RARE LOOK BEHIND THE GATES OF FINNER ARMY CAMP was last modified: August 11th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Some tickets are still available for Declan O’Rourke’s gig at An Grianán this evening at 8pm.A decade on from the release of his critically acclaimed debut album, Since Kyrabam, the platinum-selling singer/songwriter comes to Letterkenny on the eve of its official 10th Anniversary shindig in Dublin’s Vicar St.Great songs, a unique voice and a personable stage presence have made O’Rourke one of Ireland’s most sought after live performers. He will be performing with his full band tonight -bound to be a memorable night.Declan O’Rourke & Full Band with Karen Kelly & Simon McCafferty, An Grianán Theatre, Letterkenny, Friday October 10th, 8pm. Tickets: 07491 20777LAST FEW TICKETS LEFT FOR DECLAN O’ROURKE AT AN GRIANAN TONIGHT was last modified: October 10th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:An grianandeclan o’rourkeletterkenny
It’s certainly a scary line-up at the Cavern in Letterkenny this weekend.It all kicks off tonight wit a special Graduation Party with Joe Decks and a Southern Comfort Promo.Tomorrow night sees the Big Saturday Night Out with DJ Marty Friel. Things keep rockin’ on Bank Holiday Sunday with the Ultimate Fancy Dress party with €200 for the best dressed reveler.And on Bank Holiday Monday, DJ Marty will bring things out with a bang on the decks. WHAT A TRULY SCARY LINE-UP AT THE CAVERN THIS BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND! was last modified: October 24th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bank holiday weekendThe Cavern
Lawrence Mulindwa shows journalists the part of the stadium that was vandalised. Photo by Shaban Lubega.FOOTBALL–Following incidents that happened at Kitende during Vipers’ 1-0 victory over SC Villa, which saw the latter’s rowdy fans destroy St. Mary’s Stadium property, Vipers SC club president has come out to comment on the unbecoming acts.Speaking at the media press conference held Monday at the St. Mary’s Stadium, Vipers’ patron Lawrence Mulindwa, said: “We are trying our level best to bring sanity into the Ugandan Football.“I am happy that the fans have come back to the Stadium. We may not be able to bring back the fans that filled the Stadium during the early 80s now, but I’m sure that there is a steady progress.“Sponsors have now come back but as you know very well that they want to associate with a Club where there is sanity.The game which was played at a 20,000 capacity state-of-the-art St. Mary’s Stadium at Kitende, went on well until the Vipers goal by Tom Masiko in the 30th minute.Violence as was previously anticipated erupted from a section of the Villa fans, who accused referee Alex Muhabi of denying them a penalty.More violence broke off as Police failed to control the rowdy Villa fans who threw urine bottles towards the VIP sections, with some sending vulgar comments to Club Patron Mulindwa.Futher commenting during the press briefing, Mulindwa condemed the actions of the SC Villa fans.“They used obscene words in front of our children and poured urine onto the VIP section.“They broke the gates, crashed the cars, and destroyed the Stadium’s Public Address system.”Mulindwa went on to condemn the acts of hooliganism and warned other clubs who are yet to visit Vipers this season to be cautious with their fans.Much as many believe that the hooliganism acts broke off due to the poor officiation by Muhabi, Mulindwa put it on record that Villa fans had planned these acts before the encounter on Saturday.“We gave them a side that our fans needed the most and it was big enough for them, but their purpose was to put off the roof and burn down my Stadium and whoever was there. You saw as they went to the extent of removing the toilet papers from the areas of conveniences,” continued Mulindwa.“What Villa is doing is now beyond hooliganism, they attacked the referees in Masaka against KCCA FC which is on record and FUFA is aware and up to now nothing has been done. They were singing those vulgar songs before the game from the time they entered, they had planned it at Villa Park, and they wanted to refuse the Entrance fee of 10,000.The Club Patron said that he is waiting for what the Football governing body is going to do to Villa, but Vipers as a club is going to handle individual fans.“I’m going to deal with individual fans and not Villa as a club. Mukwasi of Nsambya, Lutaaya of Kisenyi, Tito of Nateete and Miracle are some of the Villa fans on my Radar. They are scaring away our would be supporters and it was a TV game, so the whole of Africa was watching,” he said.Cost of the damageThe water system was destroyed. The gate was also dismantled, and, according to Mulindwa, it is not made by “ordinary materials”. They also wanted to destroy our Public Address System, he said.The former FUFA president also hinted that he is to install CCTV Cameras come their next home league game.Comments