Vipers’ head coach, Roberto Oliveira says that although he is new at the club, the boys have managed to implement all his instructions, which earned them today’s win. He says that he has since introduced a new philosophy of playing football at the Vipers club, with an aim of boosting the spirit of competition against their opponents.
Alex Isabirye, the caretaker coach of Kyetume FC admits that they have internal challenges, which are frustrating his team from winning. He, however, says the responsible stakeholders are drafting the necessary solutions needed to better their performance.
Shaka Ssozi, who came in as a second-half substitute scored Busoga United’s FC lone goal in the 56th, minute. MYDA’s Assistant Coach, James Kasirye blamed their loss on the six injured players who are still undergoing medical reviews.
Ngonde who spoke on behalf of his colleagues, says that they will strive to ensure that their new club maintains its glory in the league. “Our target is to ensure that the club outshines her critiques throughout the remaining matches,” he said.
Kyesimira signed a two-year contract of shepherding BUL as their head coach after the dismissal of his predecessor, Peter Onen whom the team directors faulted for poor performance and failure to win a match in the second round of this season.
Swalik Bebe sealed KCCA’s fate when he netted the second goal for Mbarara FC in the 71st minute sending the home crowd in excitement.
Goals from Ibrahim Orit and Swalik Bebe were to hand Mbarara city FC a home win.
Mukoghotya who spoke to journalists after the match, said he is playing good football to earn himself a place in Congo's national team. "The reasons i keep persistent and focused on playing good football is to strive and earn myself a slot back home in the Congo national team," he said.