Kcc plots to dump Chicago

By Vision Reporter

KCC is back today for a Nile Special Super League game that could boost or dampen their title campaign.

By William Muwonge and Ali Mao KCC v Chicago Masaka v Black Rhino Military v Heroes KCC is back today for a Nile Special Super League game that could boost or dampen their title campaign. The giants, chasing a title they last won in 1997, host lowly Chicago at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole. KCC who survived a scare in the 1-1 drama-packed first round game, are this time prepared for any eventualities. “We are aware of their antics, I hope we get a reasonable referee,” team coach David Otti said. “We are prepared for them, It will not be an easy game.” Chicago frustrated KCC in the first round by employing a time wasting strategy that resulted in several stoppages. In turn the match lost meaning. KCC, hoping to maintain the form that saw them come from behind to hammer Mbarara 5-1 last week, will look to their top scorer Said Abedi (7), defender Shaka Okello, hardworking midfielder Noah Kasule for success. The club also beat Express to the Korean Cup at the weekend. Chicago boss Yusuf “Chuni” Kyeyune whose team is on edge of the relegation zone, said KCC should be prepared for the worst. “We need nothing short of a win, the team is well prepared,” Kyeyune said. At Lira’s Akii Bua stadium, bottom-placed Black Rhino, host Masaka LC to whom they fell 4-0 in the first round. Rhino has not only had problems finding the net, with 10 goals to their credit, but has conceded a high 34. At the sametime, Military whose team beat Chicago 2-0 last Tuesday, meet Mbale side Heroes at Nakivubo. Heroes, playing their first away game of the second round, lost 1-0 to champions SC Villa last week. Ends

Kcc plots to dump Chicago