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KCCA's prodigal sons return
Publish Date: Apr 22, 2014
KCCA's prodigal sons return
Winger Brian Majwega returns to the side after being sidelined following disciplinary issues. Photo by Mpalanyi Ssentongo
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By Shafik Ssenoga & Bruno Mugooda 

FUFA Super League (4:30pm)

KCCA v Express (Lugogo) 

Soana v Masaka (Kavumba) 

Kira Young v BUL Bidco (Namboole) 

FUFA Super League leaders KCCA Football Club host Express today with a more settled house after two prodigal sons were pardoned and brought back into the team. 

Tony Odur and Brian Majwega, who had been suspended indefinitely for indiscipline are in with a big chance to be on the starting line-up today at Philip Omondi Stadium in Lugogo. The pair came on as substitutes against Lweza in a Uganda Cup match which KCCA won 2-1 on Saturday. They had gone four consecutive matches without playing. 

“Both players wrote apology letters and I decided to have them back on the team,” coach George Nsimbe stated. 

Today Nsimbe will again look up to Herman Wasswa, who has notched seven goals in the last five games, to lead the line. 

In another game, Kira host BUL and the latter’s coach Kefa Kisaala has warned his players who have performed below expectations in the past five games to up their game or face the axe. 

“Our target is to finish in the top four and that is hard work,” Kisaala said.

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