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League rolls off

By Vision Reporter

Added 8th August 2001 03:00 AM

MBALE Heroes and Simba FC face off on Saturday as the long awaited Nile Special Super League second round kicks off.

MBALE Heroes and Simba FC face off on Saturday as the long awaited Nile Special Super League second round kicks off.

By Leo Kabunga Saturday: Heroes v Mbarara Black Rhino v Rock Star SC Villa V Masaka LC Sunday: Iganga v Police MBALE Heroes and Simba FC face off on Saturday as the long awaited Nile Special Super League second round kicks off. The same day will see two other matches pitting champions SC Villa and Masaka LC and Black Rhino hosting Rock Star. Iganga face Police Sunday. Military will however host Mbarara tomorrow in Hedex Cup encounter at Nakivubo Stadium. After a one-month recess, National Football League Committee (NFLC) yesterday finally released a parked fixture scheduled to end by October. The fixture, however, contradicted earlier reports on teams to set the round ablaze. NFLC vice chairman Livingstone Lajan told a weekly Nile Special Super league press conference at Lugogo that the league will run concurrently with Hedex Cup and Sportsman Kakungulu Cup. The big do is on Tuesday with four matches pitting Express and Scoul, Chicago v Military, Mbarara v KCC and Heroes v Villa. According to the fixtures, the first Hedex Cup match is on August 18 between Rock Star and Scoul in Tororo and a fortnight later Iganga hosts Heroes in Iganga. Sportsman Kakungulu Cup second round resumes September 2-8. In the meantime, Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) secretary Godfrey Kisekka yesterday confirmed Mike Mutebi and Charles Namakola as the pick for an international coaching course in Germany. Kisekka said that the two coaches will attend the course at the Hennef Sports Centre from September 3 - 28. FUFA confirmed that Petro Uganda’s contract with Express had been okayed by the federation. Express will be allowed to display Petro logo on the left hand sleeve of the club jerseys. The deal is worth sh42m renewable after this season. Ends

League rolls off

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