February 21, 2014

Express Attack Kiira

FSL Friday, 21st Feb

BUL – Bidco FC  Vs Vipers FC – Kakindu, Jinja

Proline FC            Vs          SC Victoria University – Lugogo Stadium

Masaka LC          Vs          Simba FC – Masaka Recreational Stadium

Entebbe FC         Vs          URA FC – Wankulukuku Stadium

Kira Young          Vs          Express FC – Namboole Stadium

Soana F.C             Vs Police FC – Kavumba Stadium

Bright Stars        Vs          SC Villa – Nakivubo Stadium

WillyExpress FC will look to return to winning form in the FUFA Super League when they visit Kiira Young on Friday, 21 February 2014 at Namboole Stadium kick-off at 16h30.

 The Red Eagles saw their opening second round  league game end in a 1-1 draw their skipper Willy Kavuma scoring a late penalty to salvage their pride at home.
“We need to win this and entranch ourselves in the top ten,” Kavuma says.
His coach Wasswa Bbosa is optimistic that his side will get a positive result.
Bbosa said that the team is improving very fast despite having some administrative problems and theyinto Friday’s game with their spirits high after eliminating Mpoma Tigers 3-2 in the Uganda Cup game played at Nakivubo stadium.Wasswa said that with senior players Willy Kavuma, Henry Katongole and Allan Kyambadde, the team will be able to get a result from Namboole. But he said that his team was stretched because there fitness levels were down.“Our team lacked fitness after sitting  three months without playing, but we have worked on them and they can go a distance,” he said.

Express FC, currently handled by Wasswa Bbosa, is placed 13th while their highflying opponents Kiira are 2rd on the log.
Elsewhere, Bright Stars striker Anthony Bongole has sent a warning shot to SC Villa ahead of their FUFA Super League tie tomorrow (Friday) at Nakivubo stadium Sports Mania reports.

Bongole
Bongole

Bongole, who sounded confident, said that Villa should not expect an easy win.

The former KCCA FC striker said SC Villa were better paper but Bongole says that Bright Stars want to avenge a 3-1 loss in the first round at Nakivubo. Bernard Muwanga scored for Bright Stars.

“In the first round we had good players but we have added more with experience. We have Sula Sebunza and Ausi Kaaya, who can help the team survive relegation,” said Bongole.

Coach Shafik Bisaso’s depleted Proline side host SC Victoria University who will bank on the goal scoring form of Mathew Odong (scorer against Don Bosco), the return of Dennis Iguma and Savio Kabugo from club suspension, and the strong backline manned by skipper, Martin Mpuuga and Cranes left back, Isaac Muleme.In Jinja, at Kakindu Stadium, home team, Bul – Bidco is desperate to turn tables by causing a major stir when they face the table leaders, Vipers.
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