Sekajugo scored twice and Okuti once for Onduparaka against Masavu FC to rediscover their winning trend.
Viane Sekajugo first accessed the net at the 3rd minute before completing a brace at the 19 minutes whereas Caesar Okuti made a summary at the 54th minute.
The win is the second for Caterpillars in seven fixtures in 2018 and first without Mbabazi at the touchline.
In as much as Kirinya lost all three points to KCCA FC at Bugembe Stadium 5 minutes to full time, Onduparaka’s triumph over Masavu doesn’t elevate them past the Jinja side either, except keeps them at the 5th position with 33 points now, besides the peace it graces their demanding fans.
Is Onduparaka better without Coach Livingstone Mbabazi at the touch line?
The Arua based club has experienced turmoil from fans detestable character that exhibited due to poor results.
Following the chaos, the Management asked Coach Livingstone Mbabazi to step aside until further notice but defended their decision was based on the poor run of the club.
A resolution analysts believe is actually evidence of Onduparaka management yielding to the pressure of the labelled ‘tribalistic fans’ that were reportedly overheard chanting Mbabazi and his ‘Baganda players should leave Onduparaka’
Under the stewardship of veteran coach Leo Adraa and Simeon Masaba, Onduparaka played a goalless draw with UPDF at Bombo.
On Friday 30th March, with goals from Sekajugo and Okuti, the West Nile side has managed to thump a side from Entebbe to whom they lost in the first round by 2-1 on December 19th, 2017.
The 3-0 win over Masavu at the Green light Stadium is the hugest by Onduparaka this season. Does it mean Onduparaka is better without Mbabazi?
How far can Simeon Masaba and Adraa take the club and how easy will it be for the duo to maintain the trend given their ability to guide the club to a result that exceeded Mbabazi’s best this season which is 2-0 against Maroons on September 16th, 2017 and Soana on October 14th, 2017?
Possibly the huge result registered by Adraa and Masaba must have come due to Masavu being a weaker side, however considering their battle with relegation, the Entebbe based club mustn’t have made it an easy go as the results portray.
A one match result is too early to make a verdict but before the season ends, it will be easier to conclude. Meanwhile, the idea of Mbabazi stepping aside is making sense and the result speaks.