Proline Hope For The Impossible In Lugogo Derby

viagra geneva;”>Proline FC is an initiative of one of KCCA’s most sincere and dedicated players and captain for several years, Mujib Kasule now the FA Vice President in charge of the League. It started as an academy but now boasts of fully structure club structures whose history will hang over Lugogo’s walls for the time to come.

The first round match between these two clubs ended in a 1-1 stalemate with KCCA now unbeaten in the whole of March in all competitions with Proline Coach Steven Bogere and his staff confident of a good result against the leaders.

“In this kind of game motivation, belief and desire will be key. That’s the only way to get one over on such a strong and complete side as KCC,” He revealed this after a training session on Monday morning.


An unlikely KCCA defeat would be applauded by URA and Vipers, who are right back in the title chase thanks to a recent resurgence with both resting after registering positive results last week.

Bogere’s Proline is however determined to pick maximum points after a crucial 1-0 win over SCVU in their last FSL encounter at Lugogo Grounds.

KCCA lead the standings on 51 points and have a chance to all but completely expand their leadership with victory over 11th placed Proline with victory on Tuesday putting George Nsimbe’s men an incredible 11 points clear of Viper who are second in contention.

Elsewhere, struggling SC Victoria University travel to Bombo to face Simba SC while on-form newcomers Kiira Young welcome fellow debutants Entebbe at Kavumba in Wakiso.

Bottom Water FC also play host to fellow relegation candidates Police in the other clash of the day on Tuesday.

Fufa Super League

Tuesday, April 9th 2013

KCCA vs Proline FC Lugogo

Water vs Police Kavumba

Express vs Victors


Simba vs SCVU Bombo

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