BUL aim to pile more misery on Ssimbwa’s struggling URA


Venue: Mandela National Stadium Namboole
Date: Saturday 5th October

URA FC will host Peter Onen’s high flying BUL FC at Mandela National Stadium Namboole.

They have only registered one win this season a result that came against the Prison Warders out of the 5 games played yet their opponents have lost once and won the other four fixtures.

URA played to a barren stalemate with fellow strugglers Bright Stars in their last fixture.

BUL defeated Maroons FC 2-0 at FUFA Technical Center Njeru courtesy of Robert Mukongotya’s brace.


The Tax Collectors will bank on the services of Patrick Mbowa, James Alitho and Saidi Kyeyune to hunt for their second win of the season.

Peter Onen will put his trust in Robert Mukongotya, Eric Kibowa, Richard Matovu and Denis Okot to search for their third consecutive win.

Despite his team’s struggles, Sam Ssimbwa believes that home advantage will inspire his side to back back to winning ways.

“We can not rule it out that currently that our opponents are among the best performing teams but good enough we are home which is an added advantage”.

Maximum points will help URA FC in bridging the gap with the table leaders.

Maximum points will take BUL FC on top of the log in case other results go in their favor.

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