URA played a goalless draw with SC Villa at the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole this evening.
The side coached by Ibrahim Kirya needed nothing but a win as talks about Kirya’s unpredictable future are already all over due to average to low performance of the once a giant side.
URA managed to score a goal which was disallowed for what the referee considers as foul goal keeper Samson.
The results mean URA records third draw in the eight games played so far, with two records of draw and three records of loses hence seats 10th on the table.
Meanwhile highly motivated Villa went into the game with hopes of collecting another maximum points after frustrating KCCA at the Masaka Recreational grounds a few days go couldn’t replicate results.
SC Villa now seats 5th on the table with 13 points, four wins, three draws and one lose.