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Kisaala aims to derail KCCA’s title charge
Publish Date: Apr 30, 2014
Kisaala aims to derail KCCA’s title charge
Kisaalas side has been impressive at home this season.
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By Bruno Mugooda in Jinja

FUFA Super League

BUL FC v KCCA FC (Kakindu Stadium)

BUL FC's head coach Kefa Kisaala has warned his opponents KCCA FC that they will face a much wounded BUL FC when the two sides meet in Friday's epic FUFA Super League encounter at Kakindu Stadium in Jinja.

Despite their dip in form that has seen them go 6 matches without a win, Kisaala feels that the one week's rest has helped his players recover well enough to upset the defending champions in front of their home fans at Kakindu.

“My team had earlier on experienced a slump after the shock loss to JMC Hippos of the Big league but after seeing the players improve in training, I believe they will be eager to show Jinja fans that KCCA FC is like any other opponent we have faced this season at Kakindu.

We have defeated Vipers, URA FC, SC Villa, so who is KCCA FC to us anyway?” said Kisaala.

BUL FC have suffered only one loss at home this season when they went down 1-0 to Kira Young.

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