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Khalid Aucho Apologizes To Uganda FA

Uganda midfielder Khalid Aucho has sent a written apology to the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA), Ducor Sports reports.

The former Gor Mahia midfielder, who was suspended from Uganda Cranes squad for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers over indiscipline, has finally shown deep remorse for his actions and has sent an apology to FUFA.

The Ugandan FA kicked out Aucho from the national team’s camp immediately after jetting into the country from his base in Egypt where he turns for top-flight side, Misr El Makkasa.

The federation punished the midfielder for failing to board official means of transport from the airport to the team camp at Cranes Paradise Hotel-Kisasi.

FUFA insisted that all Uganda Cranes Players and Officials are bound by the National Teams’ Code of Conduct formulated by FUFA way back in 2017 that requires head coach to grant permission for players to miss camp.

Below is a statement that Khalid Aucho released after writing to FUFA:

I am remorseful and I take full responsibility for the actions that led to my suspension from the national team camp for the forthcoming Afcon qualifiers against Burkina Faso and Malawi.

I regret my actions and I am ready to put this chapter behind me as it is a dream to represent my country.……I can only say I am sorry.

I also accept the fact that many of you will not believe my apology or anything that I say at this point but this is my only official statement and it is from the bottom of my heart.

I wish the Uganda Cranes success in the two encounters and I hope for the best.

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