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Nsimbe confident KCCA will win league
Publish Date: May 02, 2014
Nsimbe confident KCCA will win league
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By Shafik Senoga

FUFA Super League

BUL v KCCA (Kakindu)

Masaka v Bright Stars (Masaka Grounds)

URA v Kira Young (Lugazi)

Vipers v Police (Buikwe)

Proline v Express (Lugogo)

Entebbe v Soana (Wankulukuku)

Simba v CRO (Bombo)

SCVU v SC Villa (Namboole)

KCCA coach George Nsimbe is confident that the Lugogo-based outfit will retain the FUFA Super League title.

Nsimbe’s confidence stems from the fact that his club are enjoying a clean bill of health. 

As the soft-speaking tactician prepared for his side’s game against BUL FC at Kakindu stadium, Jinja today, he told New Vision that: “BUL is good team but I believe my players can get a good result from there. At the moment all players are fit and already for the game. Also expect Rogers Aloro who has been injured,” Nsimbe said.

KCCA jointly top the table with Sports Club Victoria University on 53 points but the defending champions have a better goal difference.

On-form striker Herman Wasswa and attacking partner Tony Odur are two players Nsimbe will count on for a win. Wasswa has struck nine goals in KCCA’s last eight games in all competitions.

He has so far scored 11 goals in the league while his counterpart Odur is the league top scorer with 16 goals. 

In one of the other games, SCVU will host SC Villa.

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