"We played well although we need to improve in making decisions in the final third," says Fred Kajoba.
The clash of the top two sides in the Premier League ends in a goalless draw at St. Mary's Stadium, Kitende to keep the title race open.
With five points separating the two sides, and nine games left to the end of the season, any result from this fixture will be very telling in the quest...
Tito Okello was in remarkable goalscoring form in Njeru as he scored his first hattrick at Vipers to stretch the Venoms' lead over KCCA to five points....
“We have to improve our game and the players must be mentally prepared," says Vipers head coach Kajoba.
After registering victory over Proline on Saturday, a third win in the last five, the mood in the Villa camp is understandably buoyant.
Against Busoga United, Ronald Ssempala, Jamail Karisa and Joseph Janjali's strikes were enough to secure the three points for Bright Stars.
Victory today will see KCCA close in on leaders Vipers, who, at 46 points, are currently five points clear.
He was also particularly impressed by left-winger Farouk Musisi who unfortunately didn’t complete the match after he picked up a knee injury.
"The result was good and it puts us in a better position to continue with our mission of trying to defend the league," Mutebi stated after the game..."...
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