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medications http://crosscon.ca/wp-includes/cron.php geneva;”>George Nsimbe’s Fire Masters move a point and place above relegation on 19 points while Utoda’s direction continues to head the Big League way. Ismail Kintu’s outfit remains winless with five points after 20 games.
Ironically, Fire Masters’ last victory, a 1-0 win, came against Utoda on February 17. “This win gives us courage to fight on until the end,” Nsimbe told SuperSport.com, adding, “We shall try out best and I’m confident we’ll stay up.”
His counterpart, Kintu, was resigned: “To be honest, it is very difficult for us at the moment.”