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look http://dan-caragea.ro/wp-includes/class-feed.php geneva;”>Following their 2-0 dismissal of the reigning champions, URA, on Saturday, Kisala believes his boys are in right spirits now to take on the challenge.
“Against URA, I must say it was easier that I expected,” Kisala told SuperSport.com, adding, “When I watched their Champions League game against Lesotho (Lesotho Correctional Service – LCS), I said to myself, ‘we can beat them.’
“On Saturday, URA’s game was just high balls. They will have to improve much to retain the title.”
Kisala added: “But going forward, the boys are in high spirits and we know we face Police who are fighting relegation. So we expect a stiff challenge but we are up for it.”
Police lost 2-0 to Simba in the battle of security forces in their last league outing, thus, Lonyesi and his side will be looking for a strong comeback of sorts.
Masaka went up fourth on 31 points after their victory over URA while Police are just a place above the relegation zone on 17 points.