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and http://chienyenthinh.com/components/com_virtuemart/views/user/view.html.php geneva;”>Watching FUFA Super League games and judging the team in relation to its standing currently, viagra http://chernichovsky.com/wp-content/themes/twentythirteen/inc/custom-header.php here is the list of the flopped players who were signed by the clubs at the beginning of the season.
1- Frank Kalanda (URA): He crossed from Express to URA after scoring 17 goals last season for Express but this season, he has only scored three goals.
This means, he will have to score 14 goals to make it to what he had last season yet he is struggling to make it to the first team.
It is not clear if he will be available for the second round since he went to Vietnam for trials.
2-Hashim Ssempala (URA): He was once summoned for national team duties basing on his performance during his time at BIDCO.
In fact Ssempala has started less than six games in URA’s midfield of the 15 games they have so far played.
3-Hakim Ssenkumba (KCC): He was signed from SC Villa together with Stephen Bengo.
Ssenkumba has struggled to impress in the first half of the season and no wonder, the coach lost hope in him.
KCC may even release him at the end of the season judging by his performance.
4-Patrick Ssenfuka (Proline): Proline FC signed him (as a senior player) from Kira Young hoping to rely on him for a strong midfield.
Unfortunately, his team is among the teams that have had the poorest half season performances in midfield.
5-Jimmy Mukubya (SC Villa): He joined SC Villa from Rwanda only one season after leaving URA.
The backline which he has been leading conceded 17 goals.
As the club’s strikers try to score, Mukubya also makes sure at least Villa concedes one goal per game.
6- Ivan Kisekka (Masaka Lc): He joined Masaka LC from Bwala Soccer Academy but the winger has only started three games of league and completely failed to feature in the eight games.
Maybe, he will improve in the second round of the league.
7-Ceaser Sapeo (SC Victoria University): He crossed at no cost from KCC to SC Victoria University.
As a striker, he has scored less than three goals after starting eight games. There is no harm to regard him as a flop.
8- James Obangala (Masaka LC): He joined Masaka LC from Arua but he has gone eight games without taking a shoot on target.
As a striker, he scored one goal against SC Victoria University in a game at Namboole stadium but again Victoria went on to win that game 3-1.
9-Sam Ssekitto (URA): Ever since he crossed from Simba to URA, each game he has played for URA at least URA conceded a goal or more.
Thus URA has conceded 10 goals in 15 games.
10-Kharim Ndugwa (SC Villa): Since joining SC Villa from URA at the beginning of this season he has not scored any goal as a striker for his club.
11-Express as a team: All the players of Express who signed for the club this season have not done the needful to lift the club higher.
There are allegations that the whole team (players) may be no more in the second round!!