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Sam Ssimbwa bemoans his team lack of clinical striker as KCCA ends their unbeaten run

Discussion in 'General Africa related sport news' started by Prince Adebayo, Jan 9, 2019.

  1. Uganda Premier League
    URA 0 KCCA 1
    Vipers 3 Onduparaka 0
    Police 2 SC Villa 2

    Startimes Uganda Premier League (UPL) table leaders, KCCA FC are the first round champions after not only winning at URA but also ended the Tax Collectors unbeaten run.

    Timothy Awany’s only goal in the 56th minute was enough to end the unbeaten run of URA FC. Awany’s a second half strike, which earned him the Pilsner Man of the Match Award propelled the Lugogo side to 36 points, seven ahead of Vipers who were 3-0 winners over Onduparaka at the St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende.

    Reacting to the defeat URA coach Sam Ssimbwa bemoan his team lack of a clinical striker as KCCA FC ended their unbeaten run after winning a 1-0 win at Namboole, to extend their Uganda Premier League lead to seven points.

    Godfrey Wasswa, Dan Sserunkuma and Livingstone Mulondo ensured Vipers keep their title ambitions alive with the win. Elsewhere, Police held Villa to a 2-2 draw at the StarTimes stadium.

    “We played well against a good side, but got a little bit disorganised after we conceded. We wanted to keep our unbeaten run and I’m disappointed that we lost it at home. We still lack a clinical finisher but hopefully we shall get one,” URA Coach Sam Ssimbwa said.
     

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