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Anyau vows to suffocate visiting Eagles in Mbale

By Vision Reporter

Added 15th April 2010 03:00 AM

COACH Frank ‘Video’ Anyau has promised a do or die encounter as his side CRO FC host second placed Express FC in a Uganda Super League match at Mbale Municipal Stadium today.

COACH Frank ‘Video’ Anyau has promised a do or die encounter as his side CRO FC host second placed Express FC in a Uganda Super League match at Mbale Municipal Stadium today.

By N. Katende, S. Kenyi and Joseph Wanzusi

UGANDA SUPER LEAGUE
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CRO v Express
Boroboro v Masaka

COACH Frank ‘Video’ Anyau has promised a do or die encounter as his side CRO FC host second placed Express FC in a Uganda Super League match at Mbale Municipal Stadium today.

CRO who are struggling to escape relegation held KCC FC and neighbours Iganga TC to goalless draws that has improved their survival chances.

Anyau says he has been working on the striking line for goals, especially in home matches, but added that no team should underrate CRO.

The Red Eagles 5-0 victory in the first round of this season must give them an edge over their hosts but Anyau remains defiant.

“My target is to make sure that CRO survives relegation and therefore we shall give every opponent we meet a run for their money because this is a competition,” Anyau said of the team that is 11th on the league table with 25 points.

A win for the Red Eagles today will push them back to the apex of the league table with 48 points, two clear of current leaders Bunamwaya.

The Boroboro versus Masaka match rescheduled for Masindi is in balance as the Lira club is engaged in a war with FUFA over the ban slapped on their Lira home ground.

Meanwhile, a brilliant strike by Godfrey Ssentongo, and an own goal by Dan Mubiru gave Victors victory at Namboole yesterday as the Jinja side continues on its recovery trail. The win moved them out of the relegation zone to twelfth on the super league table.

Anyau vows to suffocate visiting Eagles in Mbale

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