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KCC returns

By Vision Reporter

Added 17th January 2003 03:00 AM

KCC return to action today well aware that failure to conjure a win could spell doom to their Nile Special Super League title dreams.

KCC return to action today well aware that failure to conjure a win could spell doom to their Nile Special Super League title dreams.

By James Bakama, Mark Namanya and Joseph Wanzusi

Police v KCC
G. Boys v Villa

Namboole stadium
KCC return to action today well aware that failure to conjure a win could spell doom to their Nile Special Super League title dreams.

That the 1997 champions have already lost eight points, three more than those dropped by Villa enroute to last year’s crown, says a lot about KCC’s position.

But, in Police, Jan Fray’s side will not only be up against equally hungry opposition, but also a side with a penchant for ambushing big sides.

Police, who thrilled the league as the most entertaining side last season got off to a low start this time round and, like KCC have also lost eight points.

That both sides will trot to the Namboole turf after losing their previous encounters, should boost the clash.

King George IV memorial stadium, Tororo
Game Boys coach Charles Namakoola predicts that his youthful side could become the first team to beat SC Villa this season.

“I know SC Villa is good but we are ready to give them a run for their money,” Namakoola said.

“I do not have stars to talk about, but the combination of Vincent Alumayi, Badru Magala and Bright Kirya could give a good account of themselves on home ground.”

Villa’s in-form player Alex Isabirye faces a late fitness test as does wing back Nestory Kizito.

“They have a good coach,” Villa coach Micho Sredojevich said.

KCC returns

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