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Kisaala bemoans goal-shy strikers
Publish Date: Apr 23, 2014
Kisaala bemoans goal-shy strikers
BUL coach Kefa Kisaala has been critical of his attackers lately.
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By Bruno Mugooda in Jinja

FUFA Super League

Kira Young 0 BUL FC 0

BUL FC head coach Kefa Kisaala yet again blamed his strike force led by team captain Patrick Asiku for letting him down in the club's 0-0 draw with Kira Young at Namboole Stadium after yesterday’s Super League encounter.

The Jinja based club are now winless in their last 6 competitive matches; a run that has seen them lose to lowly JMC Hippos albeit on penalties.

'How far are my players going to go with their dry spell infront of goal this time around? I just need confidence in the team upfront especially when we host KCCA this Friday,' said Kisaala.

Kisaala’s team head into Friday's game against the league champions, who suffered a surprise defeat to Express, anticipating a good result in front of its home fans at Kakindu Stadium.

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