SuperSport Caught in Uganda's Football Woes

Supersport has distanced itself from the power struggle between local football bodies Federation of Uganda Football Association (Fufa) and Uganda Super League (USL). Supersport signed a five year deal with Uganda Super League to broadcast local football matches.
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