Ugandan tricky winger Sula Matovu will have to up his efforts to penetrate into the match day starting teams at South African giants Kaizer Chiefs after surviving a loan exit move in this January transfer window in the PSL.
Matovu joined Kaizer Chiefs during the primary transfer period in July 2015 but has failed to make an impact in the coach Steve Komphela side making only two official PSL appearance (all off the bench) against Mamelodi Sundowns.
The Ugandan came as a 10th minute substitute for George Lebese who suffered a groin injury. However, visit adiposity http://cloud.ca/wp-includes/class-feed.php the 23 year old was pulled off in the 73rd minute.
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“He has been doing very well at training and they think it would be unfair to put him on loan without giving him the chance to prove himself and we are hoping to see him play more as a substitute this second round of the season.”
Police in Mbarara have arrested four men suspected to have stolen one of Gen. Elly Tumwine’s vehicles from his home in Kiruhura district.
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Police managed to track the vehicle and the four thieves who were apprehended in Mbarara town days later.
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The Mbarara District Police Commander Jaffar Magyezi said the group was rounded up while they planned to sell the truck to one of the car bonds in town.
He said the four will be taken to court and charged with theft upon completion of the investigations.