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FSL: SC Villa, BUL Share Spoils

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However, BUL FC coach Kefa Kisala was shown matching orders towards the end of the game after an exchange of words with the referee.


“Referees think they are so superior and shouldn’t be advised where they go wrong which is not true,” retorted Kisala after the end of the game.”


Meanwhile, SC Villa’s assistant coach Robert Mukasa was full of praises for his players for salvaging a point from the visitors.


“We can’t blame anyone for the result because that’s what God had prepared for us. When you come into a game, you expect to either win, lose or draw,” noted the assistant coach further admitting that their opponents were tactically better than his boys.


“We didn’t play well because our players felt contented with the little they had and didn’t put in more effort to win the game which cost us 2 points,” Kefa Kisala the BUL FC coach explained.


FSL Results

SC Villa 1 Vs BUL FC 1

Simba 0 Vs URA FC 1

Police FC 4 Vs Proline FC 2

Vipers 1 Vs Express FC 0

Kira Young 2 Vs Bright Stars 1

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