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FUFA Tv Cup: Key Points to Note from the Group Games

It’s exactly eleven days since the FUFA Tv cup kicked off.

Eight traditional schools that is King’s College Budo, Makerere College School, St Mary’s College Kisubi, Kiira College Butiki, Jinja College, Namilyango College, Mengo Senior School and Busoga College Mwiiri were the confirmed teams to take part.

Pooled into two groups A and B each compromising of four teams, eight games were played with 16 goals scored in total.

We take a look at the key points and exciting moments witnessed in the group stages.

Promising Talents

All eight schools that took part, had some promising and exciting player to watch from all departments like it or not as analysed below.

King’s College Budo. Despite bowing out from the group stages, there are a number of players who showed their capabilities and if handled and followed, the future will be bright.

Mengo Senior School. John Senfuma who is the current leading scorer with 3 goals is a joy to watch, custodian Elijah Jingo, left back Brian Lukajo who is similarly like Uganda Cranes left back Derrick Ndahiro are the other lads who looked impressive for Akwanas.

King’s College Budo. The Red Lions might have bowed out at the expense of their rivals SMACK but there are players who looked so fresh and promising over the two legs. Custodian Woodraw Were, and creative forwards Elijah Senoga Kisitu and skipper Elijah Wampamba caught our eyes.

St. Mary’s College Kisubi. The only side that never conceded a goal in the group stages, SMACK has a number of promising lads in skipper Mahad Mubiru, forward Paul Clovis and lanky goalkeeper Dareen Aine.

Jinja College. Forward Elvis Kigongo who is current second leading scorer with 2 goals, 1 behind Mengo Senior School John Senfuma looked sharp.

Busoga College Mwiri. Defender Onen Daniel and attacking midfielders Lawrence Kigongo and Kiprotich Mesach looked lively and promising.

Kiira College Butiki. Midfielder Olukar who dons jersey 13 put up a convincing show in their home and away victory over Namilyango College.

Namilyango College. Custodian Godwin Gale was sharp despite falling 3-1 on aggregate to Kiira College Butiki.

Makerere College School. The Pelicans might have fallen 5-1 to Akwanas on aggregate but there are some players who impressed that is right back Akram Tumwingire, Brian Mukulu who scored the first ever goal of the tournament as well as Gabriel Kabunga.

Smartness of Schools both students and Teams, All the 8 participating Schools were dressed to kill all through out right from their traditional uniforms and home and away jerseys that were offered by the FUFA tournament organising committee.

Identification of Potential media personalities from the 8 participating Schools via pitch side analysis. All schools had a number of students do live pitch side analysis before and after the game which was relayed live on FUFA Tv and all looked promising and impressive with detailed and statistical information about their respective schools.

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