AUPL: We Have to Finish Strongly Against Bul, Says Kajoba

Coach Alex Isabirye will be in charge of his fifteenth game since joining Bul Fc when they host Bright Stars in the last televised game of the first round on Tuesday afternoon at Kakindu.

Bul FC on 6th place are only three points ahead of their Tuesday opponent who are clinging on the 10th. The two sides have met four times in the topflight league with each taking equal share of one home win and a draw. However, cheapest Bul has an upper hand on paper with two wins in this fixture in 2015 after beating their visitors twice in one week in April both in the league and the one off Uganda Cup quarter final match.

They face a compact team that rarely concedes nor scores in the same proportion. The Stars have  scored seven goals, viagra dosage with only two coming on away grounds- the worst count in the top flight this season so far.

“We failed to score but that won’t last. It is a fact, I agree that we are not scoring enough, but I believe that we know we can score goals and that will happen soon. We have to be intelligent enough to finish round one strongly. The team must give a strong response against Bul FC at Kakindu on Tuesday,” coach Kajoba said.

BUL will continue to miss the services of long term absentee Junior Mukisa, but may welcome back Herbert Odipio  and Umar Mukobe ankle injury and malaria respectively.

Emma Kalyowa is likely to continue in goal ahead of veteran keeper Franco Oringa who gas found playtime hard to come by this season. Derrick Walulya will also take his position. Bul has not lost a game he played in defense conceeding only a goal in four.

Bright stars will be without key defender Ali Mbogo who suffered a hip injury but will be replaced by Akram Kakembo. Abubarkar Tabula and Lawrence Bajja are still out but Joshua Kawadwa is expected to return.

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