Who will lift the Super League title?
Publish Date: May 06, 2014
Who will lift the Super League title?
George Nsimbes KCCA have dropped points lately to allow rivals SCVU to have a sniff at the title.
  • mail
  • img

By James Bakama and Shafik Ssenoga

FUFA Super League (Today, 4.30pm)

KCCA v Villa (Lugogo)

Vipers v Masaka (Buikwe)

CRO v Soana (Mbale)

Entebbe v Express (Wankulukuku)

URA v BUL (Lugazi)

SCVU v Bright Stars (Namboole)

Police v Kira (Kavumba)

Simba v Proline (Bombo)

CAN KCCA hold its nerve to a tenth Super League title? That will be the big question as table leaders KCCA wrestle for the title with Victoria University on the league’s final day.

It is a must win situation for both sides. KCCA, who have a one-point lead, have to beat arch-rivals SC Villa to retain the title.

Victoria University on the other hand not only have to beat Bright Stars, but are also praying that the Lugogo side slips if they are to cruise to their first ever league title.

The mathematics easily points to an easy ride for KCCA until you closely look at how they have lately handled the big stage.

George Nsimbe’s side seems to crumble whenever it gets to decisive moments. They could have wrapped up the title at the weekend but couldn’t beat an ordinary Kira Young largely because of lack of composure.

KCCA faithful have also not forgotten their side’s CAF Champions League outings. They played to great away results only to collapse before the home crowd.

Nsimbe is however confident his troops will shine today. 

“I know exactly what to expect from our derby with SC Villa. We have corrected mistakes and are going to emerge champions.”

Nsimbe will be praying that top scorer Tony Odur (16 goals) fires his team to victory. It will also be important that Herman Wasswa finds his scoring form.

Striker Mathew Odong, attacking midfielder Noah Ssemakula and defensive linkman Dennis Iguma and overlapping left fullback Isaac Muleme are some of the names Victoria University coach Morley Byekwaso will be banking on against Bright Stars.

In the relegation zone, Proline, who face Simba today; have already joined CRO as the second side to be officially demoted to the FUFA Big league. The battle to determine the third team that will go down now remains between Entebbe and Masaka. 

There could however be a delay in determining the third team due to a pending decision on their match with Police that aborted.

The statements, comments, or opinions expressed through the use of New Vision Online are those of their respective authors, who are solely responsible for them, and do not necessarily represent the views held by the staff and management of New Vision Online.

New Vision Online reserves the right to moderate, publish or delete a post without warning or consultation with the author.Find out why we moderate comments. For any questions please contact

  • mail
  • img
blog comments powered by Disqus
Also In This Section
IAAF president Coe steps down from Nike role
IAAF president Sebastian Coe bowed to intense pressure and announced Thursday that he had stepped down from his paid role as an ambassador for Nike...
Runners want Kenya athletics officials sacked
Over 60 Kenyan athletes stormed the offices of Athletics Kenya (AK) offices to demand officials accused of corruption be sacked and for doping allegations to be properly investigated....
Mike Mutebi names all-star team
Uganda All Stars team coach Mike Mutebi has unveiled a twenty-man squad that he believes will match the Barcelona Legends when the two clash in a charity match at Namboole, December 12....
Kibabi dominate Tae Kwondo
Police Tae Kwondo Club missed out on the annual Korean Ambassadors Cup by a point as Kibabi University of Kenya won the weekend event at Lugogo in Kampala....
CECAFA: South Sudan hold Sudan in first-ever clash
South Sudan held Sudan to a goalless draw in the first match between the two nations since they split four years ago at the Cecafa Challenge Cup in Ethiopia''s Bahir Dar stadium....
VVC confident ahead of volleyball playoffs
Vision Volleyball Camp (VVC) women have arguably an easier semifinal in the NSSF National Volleyball League playoffs but coach Hannington Nsubuga insists they cannot disrespect Uganda Christian University (UCU)....
Is Uganda ready for the pope's visit?
Can't Say
follow us
subscribe to our news letter