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KCC quits

By Vision Reporter

Added 8th February 2002 03:00 AM

KCC football club will this season play all their local and international engagements at Nakivubo Stadium. The Kampala giant side has opted out of Mandela Stadium, Namboole, for Nakivubo, stating that “the reception they get at Nakivubo is much better.

KCC football club will this season play all their local and international engagements at Nakivubo Stadium. The Kampala giant side has opted out of Mandela Stadium, Namboole, for Nakivubo, stating that “the reception they get at Nakivubo is much better.

By Phillip Corry KCC football club will this season play all their local and international engagements at Nakivubo Stadium. The Kampala giant side has opted out of Mandela Stadium, Namboole, for Nakivubo, stating that “the reception they get at Nakivubo is much better.” “I can confirm with you that this season all our home games will be played in Nakivubo stadium,” Fred Ogene, the club’s chief spokesman, told The New Vision. “The management of Mandela stadium gave us a bad reception last season,” he said. KCC plays Saint George of Ethiopia in the first round of the CAF Cup in March. Mandela Stadium will now play host to only league champions Villa as Express intend to return to Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku. ends

KCC quits

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