Azam Uganda Premier League
KCCA 6 Masavu 0
URA 0 SC Villa 0
Kirinya 0 Soana 1
Anxiety has continued to build on URA FC coach Ibrahim Kirya after his side settled to goalless draw with SC Villa today evening at Mandela National Stadium,Namboole.
Kirya is walking a tight rope after his side has only won two games in their last eight games. But Kirya blamed centre referee Dennis Batte for his side not picking a win from SC Villa.
Batte cancelled out Ajab Abdulrahman’s goal through a corner kick few minutes to the end of first half. The match official claimed that SC Villa’s goalkeeper Samson Kirya had been brought down before Ajab scored.
“The referee denied us a win. But that is football we shall go back to prepare for our next game,”stated Kirya
The tax collectors are currently tenth on the table with nine points, four below SC Villa. Police who were not in action top the league standings with 16 points.
Elsewhere, KCCA thrashed bottom side Masavu 6-0 at StarTimes stadium as they got back to their winning ways
Previously the defending champions had lost 2-1 to SC Villa and also settled to goalless draw with Bright Stars.
Tito Okello notched a brace before Derrick Nsibambi, Samuel Ssekamate, Allan Kateregga and Patrick Kaddu each added a goal for KCCA as they registered the biggest win so far in the league.
At Bugembe, Allan Kayiwa scored the only goal as home side Kirinya Jinja SS went down 1-0 to Soana.