UGANDA PREMIER LEAGUE 2014/15:
– Rwenshama F.C targets first win with date against Bright Stars
– Kira Young, Victoria University Win-less in 4 games
– Jimmy Kakooza returns for Bright Stars F.C after two match suspension
– Allan Oryek suspended for Sadolin Paints F.C
– Victory for Police F.C will see them top of the league
– Rwenshama’s Hannington Kalyesubula starts three match ban after red card in previous game.
Uganda Premier League Week 7:
Tuesday, 28th October, 2014
Simba F.C Vs Express F.C – Bombo
SC Victoria University Vs Police F.C – Namboole
Bright Stars F.C Vs Rwenshama – Lugogo
Sadolin Paints Vs Kira Young – Bugembe
Kawempe based side, Bright Stars Football Club will welcome back star midfielder Jimmy ‘Kachanga’ Kakooza as they host win-less Rwenshama Football club at the KCCA stadium in Lugogo.
Kakooza has missed two games for Bright Stars following his red card during the goal-less draw against Express on 8th October 2014 at Wankulukuku stadium.
The Kawempe team will welcome back winger cum striker, Hassan Kikoyo, who missed the 1 all draw against Police F.C due to accumulated cautions.
However interim coach Paul Kiwanuka’s side will still be missing left back, Abubaker Tabula who picked a red card against Police football club.
First choice goal keeper, Mathias Kigonya will keep his starting slot in Bright Stars’ goal posts.
Rwenshama F.C remains one of the two teams yet to pick maximum points in a single game.
Rwenshama will miss goal keeper, Hannington Kalyesubula who picked a red card during the team’s home draw against Sadolin.
The other side yet to win a Uganda Premier League game is Soana F.C, who sacked their coach Richard Makumbi following a streak of poor results.
In the other games on Tuesday, Paul Nkata’s Kira Young visits Musafiri Samadu’s Sadolin Paints at Bugembe Stadium.
Sadolin Paints will miss their captain, Allan Oryek who has accumulated three yellow cards.
However, Sadolin will be welcoming back midfielder, Daniel Ekunyu who missed the team’s last game against Rwenshama due to accumulative cautions.
Kira Young will assemble the usual side skippered by left footed winger, Baker Lukooya, strikers Moses Ndaula, Brian Nkuubi, midfielder, Derrick Teko and Ashadu Bugembe.
At Namboole Stadium, Morley Byekwaso’s Sports Club Victoria University’s will host Police F.C side.
Express football club, fresh from that last gasp victory over Sports Club Victoria University visits Army side, Simba in Bombo.
Ever since winning their opening game against Lweza F.C on the first day of the season, SC Victoria University has not won another, scoring just once in 5 games played so far.
Against Angelo Lonyesi’s coached side, who boast of the league’s top scorer, Umar Kasumba (with 5 goals), SC Victoria University will play to revive their fortunes of the season.
ALL WEEK 7 FIXTURES:
Tuesday, October 28th 2014 Fixtures:
Simba F.C Vs Express F.C – Bombo Military Stadium
SC Victoria University Vs Police F.C – Namboole Stadium
Bright Stars F.C Vs Rwenshama – Lugogo Stadium
Sadolin Paints Vs Kira Young – Bugembe Stadium
Friday, 31st October 2014 Fixtures:
Soana F.C Vs Vipers F.C – Kavumba Recreational Stadium
Lweza F.C Vs URA F.C – Mutesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku
Entebbe F.C VS Bul F.C – Nakivubo Stadium
S.C Villa Vs KCC – Ssaza Stadium, Mityana