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Express FC is only three points above relegation zone after Masaka LC defeated them on Tuesday with a 2-0 total score.
Players’ absconding from the training for unpaid salaries and bonuses has been a big cost in Express losses this season.
“I think players will be paid soon but they are nowhere to be seen. In Masaka, we had only 12 players which left us with no option of changing the game though Masaka scored in the 1st half,” said Frank ‘Video’ Anyau, the Express coach.
BIDCO, who are visiting Express FC, lost their last game to KCCA but they have been resting for awhile since their mid-week fixture was called-off to a later date.
BIDCO and Express are 9th with 19 points and 13th with 13 points respectively on the FUFA Super League table.
In other games to be played, CRO will be building on their win against SC Villa as they visit Police in Kavumba.
New league entrants Bright Stars will be hosting 2nd placed Vipers at Nakivubo.
Masaka LC will take on the struggling Entebbe FC in Masaka with Masaka LC coach, James Kisekka, still on a three matches; failure to get a point in these matches will get him sacked.
Meanwhile, some other FUFA Super League games have been postponed due to the delay of U-23 team which has some of the clubs’ players.
Affected games are: URA vs KCCA, Proline vs URA, Kira young vs Simba.
Uganda had to play two games against Thailand but the second game after losing 3-0 wasn’t played since Thailand Federation hadn’t yet paid Uganda the agreed $30,000 as appearance fee.
The Kobs team was expected to be back in the country by Thursday but the Federation spokesperson, Rogers Mulindwa, withheld the information concerning their return.