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Military face test, Villa set to leave for Lagos

By Vision Reporter

Added 21st May 2001 03:00 AM

STRUGGLING Military Police host high-flying Mbarara in a league game today that will tell a lot about the state of the Kampala side coached by Sam Ssimbwa.

STRUGGLING Military Police host high-flying Mbarara in a league game today that will tell a lot about the state of the Kampala side coached by Sam Ssimbwa.

By Peter Ekarot Military vs Mbarara STRUGGLING Military Police host high-flying Mbarara in a league game today that will tell a lot about the state of the Kampala side coached by Sam Ssimbwa. Military started the season well, but financial difficulties have seen them slump in form, losing five games in the Nile Special League. The game is at Nakivubo stadium. Mbarara on the other hand are second on the table, and together with Mbale Heroes, Masaka LC, SCOUL, Rock Star and Horizon, are upcountry teams that are picking form, and look set to make this year's league one of the toughest. Police host KCC tomorrow. r IT is "Mission Possible" for SC Villa that jets out tomorrow ahead of Saturday's CAF champions league second round, return leg against Julius Berger, Villa secretary Edward Luyimbazi said yesterday. Villa is taking 18 players and nine officials who will be led by FUFA's Godfrey Kwizera and club boss Francisco Mugabe. Squad: H.Kalyesubula, J.Kayimba, J.Nestroy, R.Tumusiime, T.Batabaire, J.Kidega, H.Mawa, H.Magumba, M.Sunguti, A.Mukasa, Ssozi, S.Tumwine, P.Musoke, Iga, Lusamukha, G.Kateregga, M.Sebalinga, E.Watson (skipper). Ends

Military face test, Villa set to leave for Lagos

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