BUL Vs Maroons
Venue: FUFA Technical Center Njeru
Date: Wednesday 30th- January
Kick off: 4:30pm
Struggling Maroons open up the second round without their head coach journey man George Best Nsimbe as they pay a visit to BUL FC at FUFA Technical Center Njeru on matchday sixteen.
Nsimbe left the club into the hands of his assistants David Obua and Robert Ssekweyama claiming to be going for further coaching studies in Tanzania a course which is likely to run for two months.
Onen’s side had a better first round finishing 5th with 23 points will target maximum points as it may be a test for their new signings Jimmy Kulaba and Ezekiel Katende.
The last seven meetings between the two sides have seen BUL win 5 and Maroons winning only twice.
BUL FC will put their trust in stop stopper Hannington Ssebwalunyo, Deogracious Ojok, James Otim and skipper Abdul Mayanja for any positive result basing on their outstanding performances towards the end of the first round.
Solomon Walusimbi, Eddie Kapampa, Pius Obuya are the key men to watch for the Prison Warders as Isaac Otto new signing from Kiboga Young is likely to hand himself a debut.
Onen’s side is boosted by the return of Hamisi Tibita and defenders Jamaldine Buchochera and Richard Matovu who spent a number of games due to injuries it will be the head coach to trust them for this tie.
Maroons FC are to miss out on the services of Maxwell Okello, Brian Majwega, Ivan Wani and Martin Mpunga due to injuries.
Maximum points will take BUL FC on 26 points moving to the 4th position leapfrogging Onduparaka FC while Maroons can only increase points but not leave the 12th position where they are with 15 points despite maximum points.