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Resurrect KCC art, Otti told

By Vision Reporter

Added 25th February 2002 03:00 AM

COACH David Otti has been warned that his stay at Lugogo will not be guaranteed by wins alone.

By James Bakama COACH David Otti has been warned that his stay at Lugogo will not be guaranteed by wins alone. KCC wants the veteran coach to resurrect the classy style the Lugogo side was known for. KCC started off the Nile Special Super League unimpressively by struggling for a draw with Police. They discovered their winning touch in the next match beating SCOUL 2-0. But, the result was about all the yellows could show. “We have asked him to rectify the situation or else other measures will be taken,” said KCC secretary Fred Ogene. Ogene stressed the urgent need for colour in the team’s game. “KCC has always been known for entertaining soccer, and that is exactly what we want.” KCC in 1974 stormed the top league with highly skilled teenagers displaying a game of short ground passes. The flair turned sporadic in the past decade. The search for the free flowing game however might have got a boost following KCC’s signing of Fred Makokha and versatile defender Ronald Apangu. Ogene confirmed that the two had been acquired from Express in a deal that also had KCC letting go of Richard Malinga for sh5m. Express went ahead to license Malinga after a three-month-long stalemate between the Wankulukuku side and KCC over the international defender. ends

Resurrect KCC art, Otti told

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