Ssemwogerere Upbeat Despite Loss


Express FC coach George Ssemwogerere has remained positive despite losing to BUL FC in his first league game in charge of the Wankulukuku based team since replacing Kefa Kisala.

Express FC lost 1-0 to Peter Onen’s charges with Jean Pierre Kambale Muhindo scoring late in the added minutes at Njeru Technical centre.

They scored in the 93rd minute and that only means that we gave them a hard time,” started Coach Sim (read Ssemwogerere.

This is BUL FC who was playing at home, on an artificial turf. I have only been in charge for about four days and I missed some of my best players.”

The Red Eagles missed Michael Birungi who started serving the first of his four game ban. Tony Odur, Ivan Ocholit and Eric Kambale were the other forwards the club missed.

Mubarak Nsubuga led the line on the day, and Joel Male was given his first start before he paved way for veteran forward and new signing Brian Umony.

Defenders Disan Galiwango and Isaac Mutanga were given advanced positions on the pitch as Mathias Muwanga started in the posts.

This was a good performance from my team and am happy with my players because they played their hearts out, save for that mistake that led to the goal, and am contented.”

Next for Express is a league game against Nyamityobora FC at Kakyeka Stadium in Mbarara on Wednesday.

Express are tenth on the log with 21 points after 18 league games. The side has managed five win, six draws and seven losses.

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