Bongole Positive About Proline’s Qualification Chances To UPL

Proline FC head coach Anthony Bongole is confident that his side will qualify to the Uganda Premier League next season.

He made those remarks after his side earned a 3-1 victory at Lugogo against Water FC in their last group game.

Diego Hamis Kizza, Hamza Mulambuzi and Alpha Ssali were all on the score sheet as Proline ended the regular season on a high note.

However, they missed out on automatic promotion to Tooro United, hence settling for a place in playoffs.

They finished second in the Rwenzori group with 29 points, two below leaders Proline.

Proline together with three other clubs will be battling for the remaining promotional place in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League for the coming 2021/22 season.

Speaking after their last group game, Bongole was quick to admit that it was a good season as they had already sealed the play offs slot:

“It has been a great season for my side as we finished on a winning note.

“By the time we came in today’s game, we had already qualified for play offs, so my boys are motivated to go for it.”

Proline will face Blacks Power who finished third in Elgon with 21 points in the play offs.

Ahead of the Play offs, Bongole is optimistic his side will qualify to the Uganda Premier League.

“As Proline, we know that next season we have to be in the Uganda Premier League and we shall qualify.”

FUFA is yet to confirm the venue and dates for the playoffs and final but Lugogo or Njeru look viable options.

As they wait for the dates, Bongole says will continue training before adding that they are sure of qualification.

“We shall be training as usual and wait for the day. As for me and my players, if everything goes by our plan, we are sure we have to qualify.”

If Proline negotiate past Blacks Power, they will face winner between Nyamityobora and Gaddafi FC.



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