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BUL FC out to end Police hoodoo

By Bruno Mugooda

Added 22nd March 2016 12:55 PM

The two sides produced a scoreless draw at Kavumba Recreation Grounds in the first round of the league

BUL FC out to end Police hoodoo

BUL captain Augustine Nsumba is in line to play after a spell out with injury.

The two sides produced a scoreless draw at Kavumba Recreation Grounds in the first round of the league

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Despite losing home and away to Police FC for the last two season, BUL FC assistant head coach David Kiwanuka believes that his side have what it takes to register their first ever win against their bogey side in the match that will be held at Kakindu Stadium today.

"Games against Police FC have not always gone well for us in the past years but my players have shown great determination and character in training with the aim of fighting for a win against Police FC" Kiwanuka said.

"It's true that we do not let our players look at the table but the fact is that we have to start winning games on a consistent basis as we aim to challenge for the top four slots in the league," he added.

BUL FC will be relying on Milton Kaliisa (3 goals) , Johnson Wakalaita, Paul Kibande and the return of team captain Augustine Nsumba from an ankle injury lay off for inspiration.

The two sides produced a scoreless draw at Kavumba Recreation Grounds in the first round of the league.

Kiwanuka takes over the club's coaching role after the club gave head coach Alex Isabirye a month off to recover from a fractured leg.

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