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Adraa Walks Tight Line

By Vision Reporter

Added 2nd July 2002 03:00 AM

Abdu Senga and Eric Aliker struck in the last five minutes of the first half to hand Mbarara victory over Police in yesterday’s league action. Alex Nduga had put Police ahead at Nakivubo.

Abdu Senga and Eric Aliker struck in the last five minutes of the first half to hand Mbarara victory over Police in yesterday’s league action. Alex Nduga had put Police ahead at Nakivubo.

By N. Katende, W. Muwonge, T. Nsona, M. Nampala & N. Kajoba Iganga 2 Simba 0 Heroes 1 URA Lyantonde 1 Police 1 Mbarara 2 Today: SCOUL v SC Villa Maji v KCC Arua Garage v Masaka Military N v Kasese Abdu Senga and Eric Aliker struck in the last five minutes of the first half to hand Mbarara victory over Police in yesterday’s league action. Alex Nduga had put Police ahead at Nakivubo. Elsewhere, Musa Kawunguzi and Musa Kawuka scored a goal each for Iganga as Simba suffered their third straight defeat. At Kakindu stadium, Shadrack Ssebunya found the target in the 90th minute to save Mbale Heroes from defeat after Patrick Ntege had given URA Lyantonde the 44th minute lead. Meanwhile, NFLC yesterday cleared SC Villa coach Micho Sredojevich to play in next Kakungulu Cup matches after no evidence was produced that he was registered with a foreign club. NFLC also suspended Juma Kiiza, a player for first division UTODA for 356 days for double registration. SCOUL fans, meanwhile, want no less than a draw in today's Nile Special Super League action. Kanyike stadium The fans have put pressure on SCOUL coach Leo Adraa to revive good performance lacking in their last four matches. They want him to at least draw with Micho's Villa for calm to reign. Adraa will be hoping that Siraj Lwere and Abdul Damulira are on form. Micho, on the other hand, will be hoping that the form exhibited in their downing Express on Saturday is kept for better results. Nakivubo Stadium KCC have shown steady improvement after their 1-3 loss to Lyantonde. They managed a home draw with Iganga and a 1-0 away win over Masaka. Being hosted by lowly Maji, coach Abbey Nasur has to ensure the team wins to come back into the driving seat. Akii Bua stadium Another surprise is not ruled out from hosts Arua Garage, whose last victim Mbale Heroes walked off beaten 3-1. Kakindu stadium Military N will be hosting Kasese, who are yet to shine ever since the second round started. - Uganda Footballers Association (UFA) has called for a meeting to address indiscipline among players which they say is at an all time low. Nile Special Super League teams have suspended over 20 players for various acts off the pitch including bribery. 18 others have earned the red card while 297 yellow cards have been dished out on the pitch. “This trend of events is appaling and should be addressed urgently," UFA publicity secretary Matthias Lule said. The latest suspensions affected KCC's Joseph Nsubuga, Fred Makokha and Badru Senkayi for failing to keep the code of conduct. Haruna Mawa and Patrick Magasa were suspended earlier on. Nearly all teams have suspended players for off pitch actions. Ends

Adraa Walks Tight Line

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