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In-form BUL look to upset SC Villa
Publish Date: Mar 14, 2014
In-form BUL look to upset SC Villa
BUL FC coach Kefa Kisaala hopes their recent form will propel his team. Photo by Mpalanyi Ssentongo
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By Bruno Mugooda in Jinja 

FUFA Super League 

SC Villa v BUL 

Vipers v Express 

Police v Proline 

K. Young v B. Stars 

Simba v URA 

CRO v Masaka 

JINJA-based BUL Football Club go for today’s FUFA Super League away match against SC Villa in confident mood following their recent performances. 

Aside from registering a 1-0 victory over Simba, Kefa Kisaala’s BUL outfit also beat Mutundwe Lions by the same score in the Uganda Cup. 

Joshua Masene, 22, was on target in the two games. 

Masene’s team will face SC Villa in Kampala. 

Kisaala has adopted a rotational system but his leading strikers Patrick Asiku, Dan Oyirwoth and Edgar Luzige are yet to live up to expectations. 

The coach might have to stick with Masene as the player to spearhead the hunt for goals again. 

“Masene is an intelligent player who is proving to be dangerous because of his good shooting ability,” Kisaala stated yesterday. 

The coach believes his team will produce a decent result against SC Villa, a side they beat in the first round.

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