UPL: Ssimbwa Not Convinced Despite Win Against Police

Tuesday, November 5
*Police FC 0-1 URA

URA FC extended Police’s misery with a 1-0 win in a league game played at FUFA Technical centre, Njeru.

Brian Majwega scored the only goal of the game after a cut-back from the tricky Joachim Ojera in the 15th minute.

URA FC coach Sam Ssimbwa was not convinced with his team’s perfomance despite the victory.

“Am happy that we have won the game, but despite the win, police were better than us. However, we came with our strategy and managed to come out victorious,” said Ssimbwa.

James Alitho was named man of the match.

He also showed his delight with goalkeeper James Alitho’s performance who was named the man of the match.

“He had a good game today. He was doing great in training and I chose him over Nafian Alionzi on merit”

Alitho had lost his place to Alionzi after missing two days training according to Ssimbwa.

The victory sends URA to eighth place with 14 points while Police who lost their seventh game this season, remain second from the bottom with five points.

Teams Used:

Police FC – Davis Mutebi, Dennis Rukundo, Arafat Galiwango, Pius Kaggwa, Yusuf Ssozi, Ben Ocen, Samuel Kayongo, Henry Katongole, Fahad Kizito, Sylvester Semakula, Hood Kaweesa.

Substitutes – Alfred Ginyera, Joseph Sentume, Mubaraka Nsubuga, Musa Matovu, Edward Kiryowa, Tonny Kiwalazi, Derrick Kakooza.

URA FC XI – James Alitho, Ashraf Mandela, Waibi Yeseri, Patrick Mbowa, Hudu Mulikyi, Ivan Ntege, Saidi Kyeyune, Shafik Kagimu, Joackim Ojera, Brian Majwega, Daniel Isiagi.

Substitutes – Nafian Alionzi, Hassan Kalega, Ivan Sserubiri, Cromwell Rwothomio, Mikidad Ssenyonga, Moses Sseruyidde, Benjamin Nyakojo, Michael Birungi, Steven Munguchi



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