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Victoria plotting KCCA's downfall
Publish Date: Mar 18, 2014
Victoria plotting KCCA's downfall
SCVU like KCCA were dumped out of CAF continental competitions.
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By James Bakama & Shafik Ssenoga

FUFA Super League

SCVU v KCCA FC (Namboole)

Entebbe v CRO FC (Wankulukuku)

SPORTS Club Victoria University will be seriously eyeing a win over giants KCCA as they chase their maiden Super League title.

A win for coach Morley Byekwaso’s side will have them moving from fifth to third position. This will be just two points away from table-leaders Vipers who are at 40 points.

“Everybody on the team is okay and anxiously waiting for the match,” said Byekwaso shortly before the team’s final training session last evening.

The two sides that only recently returned to local football after losing in CAF competitions, have a backlog of matches. SCVU has two matches in hand while KCCA has four. 

KCCA and Victoria University played to a goalless draw in the first round at Lugogo. KCCA is currently eighth at 33 points.

Today’s other match will be a bottom of the table clash between Entebbe and CRO.

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