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Ssemo denies Express

By Vision Reporter

Added 26th May 2004 03:00 AM

OLD Timers, inspired by George Ssemogerere’s tactical arsenal of defensive tricks, proved their top-flight credentials with a 0-0 draw against Express FC at Wankulukuku stadium yesterday.

OLD Timers, inspired by George Ssemogerere’s tactical arsenal of defensive tricks, proved their top-flight credentials with a 0-0 draw against Express FC at Wankulukuku stadium yesterday.

By Fred Kaweesi
and Swalley Kenyi


Express FC 0 Old Timers 0
Simba 1 Kinyara 1

Today

SC Villa v Maji (friendly)
Nakivubo stadium

OLD Timers, inspired by George Ssemogerere’s tactical arsenal of defensive tricks, proved their top-flight credentials with a 0-0 draw against Express FC at Wankulukuku stadium yesterday.

Express were alarmingly short of inspiration and it was the league debutantes who took all the plaudits, with Kirya Bright superb in central midfield. And so a match which had pitted fourth against second bottom placed Old Timers, finished level.

The league debutantes rarely allowed Red Eagles stars Hassan Mubiru and David Obua to settle on the ball.

At Nakivubo stadium, Hesbon Mudya’s 25 yard strike secured Kinyara FC a priceless away point after army side Simba SC had taken a first half lead through Ronald Sesanga.

- SAMONA, producers of Samona products has become the latest to promise the Cranes money for every goal scored during their campaigns to qualify for the 2006 World Cup/ Nations Cup qualifiers.

Samona products’ public relations officer Ahmed Lugolobi revealed yesterday that the jelly manufacturers are offering sh0.05m to each per goal to the team.

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Ssemo denies Express

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