Futsal: Dream FC, KSPG Cruise Through To Remain Joint Top

Thursday, January 4th

Dream FC 5-1 Parakeets

Kabowa United 3-5 Riham

Bajim 1-5 KSPG

Park 3-0 Sauna (Game Abandoned)

Yap Stars 7-1 Elephants

Typhoons 3-4 Yeak Kabowa

Dream FC and KS Property Governors (KSPG) Futsal Clubs continued to flourish in the Futsal Super league as both sides won their respective fixtures to remain at the summit of the log.


The joint table toppers suffered a unique feat as they both won 5-1 on an entertaining Thursday night at the International Futsal Courts in Mengo.

First on court was Dream FC who eased their way past Parakeets FC with goals from Suleiman Mutyaba and a double brace from Jamil Kaliisa and Umar Ssekimwanyi.

Despite the victory, in an after match interview with Dream FC coach Mohammed Ssenfuma, he showed discontent:

“I was not happy with the strategy our opponents used in today’s game despite the victory we have picked today because they just came to park the bus and defend.

“The 5-1 margin in my opinion was not as we expected, we wanted more goals as you know that its goal difference that now separate us at the top with KSPG.”

Junju Hamzah scored for Parakeets but his only goal was not enough as the side remain seated at the bottom of the 16-team log.

Dream FC are tied on 22 points with KSPG, but the latter hold a superior goal difference of 15 to Dream’s 11.

“I wanted to score more goals like may be 10 but Parakeets feared us to be sure.

“Our defence was good and we tried to balance that with the way we attacked, though I must say that it’s good that we won.”

Next for Dream FC is an encounter with Yeak Kabowa as Parakeets will lock horns with Bajim FC the coming Thursday.

Imam Akram was on the target twice to add on Haruna Ssesanga’s hat-trick as KSPG sealed their 5-1 victory past Bajim FC in an entertaining game of the night.

In other entertaining result, Osuji Michael scored six as Yap Stars hauled Elephants with a 7-1 thrilling victory.

The Stars have scored the most goals in the league with 48 as of January 5th.


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