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Wounded KCCA return to league action
Publish Date: Mar 11, 2014
Wounded KCCA return to league action
League top scorer Tony Odur fired blanks against Nkana but will be hoping to get on the score sheet today. Photo by Mpalanyi Ssentongo
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By James Bakama

FUFA Super League (4:30 pm)

Soana v KCCA

SCVU v Entebbe 

KCCA returns to local com¬petition today with a tricky away match against high flying Soana.

George Nsimbe’s side which was kicked out of the continental race by Zambian side Nkana Red Devils on Saturday, will be seeking revenge when they travel to Kavumba.

Soana showed scant respect for the giants in September when they beat them at Lugogo.

“We have to concentrate on the local league. I know morale might be low now but we still have to recover and give it our best shot,” promised Nsimbe.

KCCA last featured in the league in February when they whipped bottom placed CRO 8-1.

Soana, who joined the top league this season, are currently third with 36 points, one less than table leaders Vipers.

Elsewhere seventh placed Sports Club Victoria University will be hosting second from the bottom Entebbe at Namboole.

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