Mike Mutebi is not happy with Muhammad Shaban and Denis Okot and has frankly admitted he will punish the two.
Following the historic victory for KCCA in which Shaban was the goal scorer and Okot pleased Mike after a long time performance wise, the two on that night travelled to Paidha
KCCA FC writes history as they not only qualified for the CAF Champions’ League group stages for the first time but became the first Ugandan side to do so.
Muhammad Shaban’s second half header assisted by habitual suspect Mustapha Kizza gave KCCA command until the wake of the visitors at the
Shaban and Nsibambi will be the duo to lead the attacking force of KCCA against St. George of Ethiopia in the return leg of group stage qualifier of the CAF Champions League on Saturday afternoon according to Coach Mike Mutebi.
KCCA will host the Ethiopian giant at the Star Times Stadium
KCCA FC managed to rub shoulders with continental big horns St. George of Ethiopia in the first leg of the CAF Champions League at Addis Ababa.
The Ugandan side played a goalless draw with a superior side from Ethiopia who obviously created chances however weren’t clinical enough in front of the
KCCA FC managed to overturn the discrepancy at Antananarivo at the Vontovorona stadium a fortnight ago against CNaPs by beating them in the return leg a goal to nil at the Star Times stadium Lugogo.
Paul Mucureezi’s second half successful header that resulted into a goal meant the Ugandan side ties
Okello came in as a direct replacement for Nunda Jackson at the start of second half and scored the only goal that separated the two sides, KCCA FC and SC Villa after 85 minutes of goal dearth.
SC Villa dominated the game as they enjoyed possession for most part of the
KCCA defeated 2-1 by CNaps with a last minute goal grabbed by the Madagascar giants.
Each side were attack minded though distinct scoring chances showed up for the Ugandan side through Timothy Awany and Derrick Nsibambi.
Whereas Nsibambi goal was nullified for offside and Awany was denied by the cross bar all
KCCA beat Kirinya Jinja SSS 2-1 at the Star Times stadium to jump in front of Police FC and maintain the inferior five-point difference with table leaders Villa.
Patrick Kaddu’s brace gave the home side the first lead and restored the lead following Fred Amaku’s goal in between that threatened to
Awany in the recent matches has held the KCCA team band and ushered the boys into the pitch instead of Okot.
So perplexing given the fact that there isn’t any official communication from the coach regarding if there is new leadership.
Mike Mutebi was questioned with specificity if the officially recognized team
Isiagi nets a brace against KCCA FC in a Lugogo derby that ended 2-1 in favor of Proline.
Daniel Isiagi first opened his match day account at the 17th minutes before doubling their lead in the second half at the 62nd minutes.
Meanwhile Paul Mucureezi late pull in the injury time from