KCCA FC will seek retribution against Espérance, a Tunisian side today [Saturday] at the Mandela National Stadium in their return leg of the CAF Champions league but without three key players.
Whilst in Tunisia in the first encounter, the Ugandan giants squandered a two nil lead blatantly and lost to Khalid
Onduparaka new C.E.O Pius Bamwange who joined from Maroons comes with good tidings.
Mr. Bamwange replaced former C.E.O Afeti Anthony who quite in order to pursue a course in football administration as he serves the Club in the capacity of Board Member in charge of Football administration.
During his first ever interview
Shaban is known to be one of the country’s best strikers of his epoch due to his ability to score all sorts of goals in all manners, situation and within a glimpse of chance offered him but another characteristic of the boy that has popularized him is indiscipline according to
Shaban was left out by Mike Mutebi in the squad that played the Uganda Cup finals against Vipers in which Julius Poloto won the season for the Kasasiro boys.
Reasons why the prolific goal scorer was excluded from the squad is no longer furtive but crystal clear because Coach Mike Mutebi’s
KCCA emerged victorious at the Kampala derby with goals from Muhammad Shaban and Derick Nsibambi.
After a goalless 45 minutes, the Kasasiro boys took charge four minutes into second half when Shaban’s attempt beat Saidi Keni meanwhile second half substitute Derrick Nsibambi sealed the deal at the 90+2.
Shaban postured a couple
KCCA lost agonizingly to Vipers who came from behind to beat the defending champions of the Azam Uganda Premier League by three goals to two.
The defeat came at a critical time in which both teams are fighting to accumulate as much points as possible to get a chance to finish
Shaban Muhammad scored four times against frail URA as KCCA in a nine goal thriller annihilated the tax collectors at the Star Times Stadium-Lugogo.
The Cranes international opened match day account in the first half before URA’s Jimmy Kulaba levelled scores but a second effort from the KCCA FC striker ensured
KCCA FC goes through to the semifinals of the Uganda Cup for the second consecutive time by beating Kitara FC in the quarter finals a goal to nil.
The Kasasiro boys’ golden goal was masterminded by Denis Okot who crossed at the 9th minute before Muhammad Shaban gave life to the
Viane scored the only goal that reinstated joy at Green light Stadium as Onduparaka held KCCA FC to a one all draw on Tuesday evening.
Sekajugo Viane who could have scored more than a goal against the Kasasiro boys for Onduparaka was key and beacon of hope to desperate fans who
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