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Okwi Gets Red Card As CRO Whips Sc Villa 1-0

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CRO who moved only with 13 players, for sale http://cutteraviation.com/wp-includes/script-loader.php meaning they had only two substitutes on the bench, viagra 60mg presented a solid performance mainly in the second half which blocked SC Villa from looking into their net.troche geneva;”>

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CRO coach, Lutula Cartouche, after this win, promised a second round impressive performance.


“We are just preparing ourselves for the second round. We have eight games at home, so, it will be hard to be defeated in that round,” Lutula affirmed.


In the 91st minute, SC Villa striker, Emmanuel Okwi, was sent-off by referee Aisha Ssemambo for his misconduct towards a CRO goalkeeper, Bashir Ibrahim.


However, the embattled strike after the game went to the referees’ dressing room to inquire how and why he received a red-card.

Aisha then took him through rules of the game which he breached.


Since it was a straight red card, Okwi will skip two games before featuring again for SC Villa.


In Masaka, Express lost to home side Masaka LC 2-0. Also first half goals from Obangala James and Lukungu Ronald were enough to make Express losers of the day.


In other games played, as Vipers started to serve the suspension of Buikwe ground, they played against Soana at St Mary’s Kitende grounds where they defeated the visitors 4-0.


At Namboole, Victoria University settled for 1 all draw with Police and this was a back to back draw after last week’s 1 all draw with SC Villa.

The League resumes on Thursday with a number of games on card.


Victoria University remains on top of the FUFA Super League with 27 points as CRO remains at the bottom of the table with 6 points now despite the two draws and a win against their opponents, respectively.

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