MATCH PREVIEW : Proline Fc host Mbarara City in the AUPL

By: Danito Nsubuga 

Proline Fc will look to build on their impressive win against Soana FC earned on match day 4 when they host western based Mbarara city FC tommorow at the Philip Omondi Stadium.

The last time the two faced off was in the Big league 2015/16 season with Proline winning home and away. They beat Mbarara City 5-0 at Kakyeeka stadium and 2-1 at the Philip Omondi Stadium.

Midfielder Noordin Bunjo is yet to recover from the knee injury sustained in pre season with defenders Ibra Sendi and Ivan Bukenya joining him on the treatment table.

Proline head coach Mujib Kasule says he is impressed with the progress of his team’s improvement in coordination and bonding so he expects them to build on their previous performance to tackle Mbarara city. He says,

” As you saw from our last game, we are beginning to get together as a team and tomorrow is an other opportunity for us to show case the progress we are making and putting into practice what we have been doing at the training ground”

“Our win against Soana was very important because it brought back the confidence and belief and we have been working hard during the international break to build on tha”.

 

On the opponent’s strength, he said.

“There are no easy games this season , every team is tough, the teams through out the league are matching each other and just the final details make the difference Mbarara city is one of those.”

“They are very tough to break down, they work hard and they work as a team but we are prepared for them, we have an idea of how we play we think if we play according to our game plan we shall overcome them”.

Mbarara city will be without their star striker Makweth Wol, Santos Hakizimana and winger Boniface Amani through injury but they welcome back Samuel Kansiime for tomorrow’s game.

Mbarara city are currently lying 9th on the table with 5 points having drawn 2 games, won once and lost once this season whereas Proline are sitting in the bottom half of the table (13th) having only won once, drawn once and lost twice.

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