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BUL desperate to arrest league slump

By Bruno Mugooda

Added 10th April 2016 05:01 PM

The Kakindu side has only won two league matches out of eight

BUL desperate to arrest league slump

BUL’s Hood Mayanja (R) challenges Express right back Shafik Bakaki for possession during the 0-0 draw at Kakindu Stadium on Friday. Photo by Bruno Mugooda

The Kakindu side has only won two league matches out of eight

Tuesday's matches

BUL v Simba

URA v JMC Hippos

SC Villa v Sadolin Paints 

Following another loss to bitter local rivals Sadolin Paints at Bugembe Stadium on Saturday, BUL FC officials have been left staring at a potential crisis as they prepare host army side Simba on Tuesday. 

The Kakindu side has only won two league matches (KCCA, Express) out of eight since the club decided to hand head coach Alex Isabirye a one month's leave. 

''Up to now , I do not know what is going on with my players because they give everything during training sessions but during matches they have been so unlucky. 

We are now focusing on getting three points against Simba another very physical side. I hope that my player's psychology will be in the right direction to win this one,'' BUL FC assistant coach David Kiwanuka said

Kiwanuka will be hoping that team captain Augustine Nsumba's form alongside Milton Kaliisa will be vital upfront as Paul Kibande and John Wakalaita continue to come off the bench due to their poor form. 

Meanwhile Kiwanuka revealed that Isabirye will resume his duties on Saturday following his leave.

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