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Disillusioned KCC face Mbarara Utd

By Vision Reporter

Added 20th September 2005 03:00 AM

HUSSEIN Kheri believes his ill-prepared KCC charges will have to play the game of their lives if they are to survive a highly-motivated Mbarara United side in today’s Kakungulu Cup fixture.

HUSSEIN Kheri believes his ill-prepared KCC charges will have to play the game of their lives if they are to survive a highly-motivated Mbarara United side in today’s Kakungulu Cup fixture.

By Fred Kaweesi

Today
Kakungulu Cup
URA v Victor
KCC v Mbarara
September 27
SC Villa v Police

HUSSEIN Kheri believes his ill-prepared KCC charges will have to play the game of their lives if they are to survive a highly-motivated Mbarara United side in today’s Kakungulu Cup fixture.

KCC will trot onto the Nakivubo turf with just one training session behind them in four days having learnt of the game yesterday.

Team manager Badru Kigwe, who was informed of KCC’s next opponents and date in the aftermath of the club’s 1-0 win over Express, did not communicate to the respective parties at Lugogo.

“The problem is the person who was told last appeared at Lugogo 40 days ago. I have to look around for boys, who will be asked to play their hearts out,” Kheri said.

KCC’s request to have the game postponed was snubbed.

“The game stands. If Mbarara come and KCC do not show up, they will automatically qualify,” FUFA competitions chairman Kavuma Kabenge said.

Victor tactician Frank Anyau sounded extremely expectant going into his side’s tie against URA at Namboole stadium.

Having watched his side score three goals in four minutes during their 4-3 win over Maji in the first round of the knockout competition, Anyau said: “With what I saw against Maji, URA stand no chance. We made history against Maji. Three goals in the last four minutes was incredible. We are winning today.”

The second round encounter pits two physical sides that basically thrive on playing long balls to their outfield players.

For a striker whose game is all about goals, this campaign will be regarded as an abject let-down for URA forward David Kiwanuka.
The veteran striker, who only managed four goals this season, will consequently fancy the moment to defy his critics.

Disillusioned KCC face Mbarara Utd

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