KCCA FC coach Mike Mutebi compliments BUL FC who pushed them hard for playing a kind of game he admires.
BUL FC almost poured the soup for the defending champions when Kambale scored at the 83rd minute to nullify Derrick Nsibambi’s first half opener.
But the centre forward restored KCCA lead before
Sserunkuma scored thrice against impoverished former side, Express FC as Vipers with a five nil victory pushed The Red Eagles way deeper to relegation.The Kitende based side’s scoring trend at St. Mary’s Stadium against the sleeping giants is indication of thirst for the title they last won three years ago.Sserunkuma
Yafes opened account with Onduparaka as the Arua based side beat Bul FC 1-0 at the Green Light Stadium to register first win in the second round of the premier League.
The Caterpillars differentiated themselves from the visitors from Jinja at half an hour Mark when former Express player Mubiru Yafesi
Vipers controversially beat Mbarara City Fc 1 – 0 at the Kakyeka stadium to move second in the Azam Premier League.After 79 minutes of goalless play, substitute Mbayi Clovis Moussa strike into the net at a close range although the lines men cancelled, Tulu Muzamil the centre referee considered it
Bul FC worsen Express FC woes as the Red Eagles suffered another defeat in the Azam Uganda premier league fixture at the Kakindu stadium, Jinja.Bul FC had a goal scoring chance through Crespo Asiku whose attempt with the header failed but still resulted into a goal scoring opportunity for Daniel
URA FC demolished BUL FC 4–0 at the Mandela national stadium during match day 6 of the Azam Uganda Premier League.The side coached by Kirya who has been on tension for poor start of the season took charge of the game at the 14th minutes with Sempa Charles first half
Onduparaka beat Soana FC 2–0 at the Green Light stadium during match day five of the Uganda premier league to secure their first win against the Kavumba recreational based club.Captain Toha Rashid gave the Caterpillars an early lead just one minute into the game with a header from Gadaffi’s free
Karisa scored the only goal for vipers in the fixture against BUL FC to enable Vipers collect maximum points.The former Bul FC forward, Karisa headed into the net Yayo Lutimba’s attempted shot after failure to materialize at the 41 minutes.Being the first victory for the Kitende based side, their head
Onduparaka, SC Villa, Soana, Express, URA all won their second last games of the league with enthusiasm in-spite KCCA FC is known to have held back their title.At the Green light stadium, the Arua side, maintained a clean home record for the whole season and over 1440 days.Muhamad ‘Jagason’ Shaban
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Kampala- At the Philip Omondi stadium this evening the unstoppable striker Geofrey Sserunkuma launched the enjoyment at the 3rd minute and later in the in the second half, Derrick Nsibambi came in as a substitute to score the second goal at the 75th minute by