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URA vs. Al Ahly, 3pm, Kadguli
Ports vs. Express, 3pm, El-Fasher
Electric Vs. Rayon, 5pm, El-Fasher
The 2011-12 Ugandan champions face Djibouti’s Ports in El-Fasher this afternoon.
Club assistant head coach Wasswa Bbosa has received backing from Express president Bbale Mugera to continue in his role as the team boss and will lead the Wankulukuku side in the tournament with former coach Sam Ssimbwa who was supposed to be in charge of the team has not yet arrived in Darfur and is reported to be close to a deal to handle Rwandan club Police FC.
His understudy Bbosa is consequently determined to utilise the opportunity and inspire Express to a winning start in the competition.
“I am pretty sure that we can get the necessary points. We have prepared well enough not to dwell on the absence of Ssimbwa. My boys are ready and I am also ready,” Bbosa told Newvision.
Express are grouped alongside Rwanda’s Rayon Sport, Chad’s Electric Sport and Ports.
In yesterday’s matches, Sudan’s El-Merreikh (El-Fasher) lost 1-0 to Vitalo of Burundi while Rwanda giants APR struggled to beat lowly ranked Elman FC (Somalia) 1-0 with Amavubi star Ngomerakiiza Herman on the score sheet.
The CECAFA club tournament which is partly sponsored by the President of Rwanda Paul Kagame is expected to end on July 2.