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Wasswa Bbosa Breathing Fire After Loosing First Match At Express FC

Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) FC granted no access and third placed SC Villa with a serious win against Express FC at Muteesa II Wankulukuku stadium.

Just in only 15 minutes, a strike called Mikidad Ssenyonga managed to lead in  half time the period before Ntege Anywaru doubled the lead 5 minutes when they joined the second half football match.

However, Wasswa Bbosa’s side managed to be on top on the 72nd minute, but was less consistent to make NIL for the former Tooro United coach.

However, URA FC are only fixed on 40 points and SC Villa managed to take the 3rd position and was over taken by only 2 goal differences. Express FC also has 28 points and stood in the 12th position.

Besides that, at Kirinya Jinja SS playground, the Mighty Arena Busoga United over took Wakiso Giants to 1:0 respectively.  The win obviously meant that Busoga United remained unbeaten in five home matches and stood 5th on the table with 39 points whereas Wakiso Giants are in the 10th position.

Proline is still on top of the table and only requires 3 points to stand in a cool position.

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