Proline Football Club has resorted to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) for justice over the deducted six points, six goals and a fine of 5M.
Counsel to the CAS Daniele Roggucci, who is based in Lausanne, Switzerland confirmed receipt of the appeal following a decision by the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) Appeals Committee to affirm a ruling by the Competitions Disciplinary Panel to deduct 6 points, 6 goals and levy a a fine of Shs. 5M.
Disciplinary Panel to deduct 6 points, 6 goals and levy a a fine of Shs. 5M.
I ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF YOUR STATEMENT OF APPEAL DATED 21ST OCTOBER 2019 FILED AT THE COURT OF ARBITRATION OF SPORT (CAS) ON BEHALF OF PROLINE FOOTBALL CLUB AGAINST THE FEDERATION OF UGANDA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATIONS.Daniele Roggucci, Counsel to the CAS
CAS Court Requirements:
Proline Football Club, as the appellant was also tasked to nominate the arbitrator from the CAS list unless they requested for appointment of a sole arbitrator as well as show evidence of payment for the CAS Court office fee of $1000 as stipulated in Article R48 paragraph 1 of the Code of Sports.
CAS Court office proceeds upon fulfillment of the aforementioned requirements in accordance with Article R48 Paragraph 3 of the Code.