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Kyetume’s Missed Penalty Costs Them Home Game Against SC Villa

Edward Kazibwe, the Villa Coach says that after one of their players was sent off the pitch, they devised means of making more substitutes like Salim who converted the available chances into a goal and eventually secured them three points from the away game.
Kyetume FC's caretaker coach, Alex Isabirye addressing journalists after the game.

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SC Villa triumphed with a 1-0 victory over her hosts, Kyetume FC during the Star Times premier league match at the Njeru based FUFA Technical center on Tuesday. Villa’s Abdullah Salim found the net in the 75th minute.   

The Jogoos were one man less as Asuman Harikye earned himself a red card for fouling Kyetume’s Tazan Kambugu in the 18-yard box in the 44th minute. However, Kambugu failed to convert a penalty kick.  

Edward Kazibwe, the Villa Coach says that after one of their players was sent off the pitch, they devised means of making more substitutes like Salim who converted the available chances into a goal and eventually secured them three points from the away game. 

Kazibwe however, raises a challenge of fatigue, which he claims deters the players from exhibiting their abilities to the fullest as they are exposed to at least two games weekly. 

//Cue in: “The team is… 

Cue out…how we recover,”. 

Meanwhile, Alex Isabirye, the caretaker coach of Kyetume FC says Tuesday’s match was his trial game since it was the first game for him to fully command the club after the sacking of his predecessor. 

Isabirye blamed the loss on the sacking of the entire club’s technical staff arguing that he was left on a lonely bench without experts to guide him on each players’ abilities since he is new at the club.

//cue in: “the technical team....

Cue out...on good substitutes,".        

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