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
KCCA unpredictably beat Al Ahly of Egypt 2-0 at the Mandela National Stadium in their second game of Group A CAF Champions League.
First half favored the African giants in terms of goal chances, possession and eventually quality of football displayed, credit to KCCA goalie Charles Lukwago for saving Walid Said
KCCA FC did what the coach expected of them by beating visitors FUS Rabat 3 – 1 at the Star Times Stadium Lugogo.Geofrey Sserunkuma opened the scoring for the home side from a spot kick after Yassir Jarici brought Poloto Julius down at the 41’ minute.52’ minute graced the new
Sadam Juma’s signing brought excitement to entire KCCA FC family unfortunately was unable to feature due to policies of CAF that didn’t endorse the timing.This afternoon KCCA FC will be facing FUS Rabat in group match fixture that is key to determining the chances of the Lugogo side from qualifying
Kampala – Unquestionably one of the best mid-fielders Uganda has in his generation, Sadam Juma has not travelled to Arua for the big game against giant murderers Onduparaka however rumor has it that it’s because the former Vipers has now become an ex-player of Express FC.Sadam who for about five