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UPL: Madondo Doubtful As Kirinya Jinja Visit Police

Sunday, December 30

Police FC Vs Kirinya Jinja SS

Match day 13 of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League will end this Sunday when Police FC play host to Kirinya Jinja SS FC at Lugogo.

The visitors come into the game with doubts over their goal poacher Joel Madondo who is injured.

Kirinya’s Coach Charles Ayiekho confirmed the developments in the Pre match press conference ahead of the trip to Lugogo.

“Madondo is set to miss out because of injury, we will miss him because he is our top scorer,” noted Ayiekho.

It should be noted that the goal poacher has scored eight league goals for the School boys this season. He was on target in the Uganda Cup where Kirinya beat up on Mbarara City 2-0 in Kakyeka Stadium on December 23.

Madondo scored late in the 80th minute to double Kirinya’s lead after Anthony Mayanja had put the side in the lead in first half, to storm the round of 32.


Ayiekho said that his boys are ready for Police FC duel:

“My boys are in good shape and we expect nothing but victory. Both teams have young players and we all have the same philosophy.

“I expect that the team that comes with the right attitude will come out on top, though I think that my team, though not won many games this season, have lost few games as well.”

Match Stats

Police FC are 10th on the table with 17 points from 12 games. They have won 5, drawn 2 and lost 5 games.

Kirinya Jinja SS are are ninth – They have 18 points from 12 games – Won 4, drawn 6 and lost twice.

Police FC have scored the joint third most goals at home – They have scored 10 goals (like BUL FC) – Only KCCA (16) and Mbarara (12) have scored more.

The visitors have scores and conceded the same number of goals on the road – 5.

Last season, Police FC won 1-0 in Namboole courtesy of an own goal before Kirinya Jinja won 2-0 in Bugembe – with Anthony Mayanja and Musa Esenu on target.

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