FSL: Entebbe Shocks Vippers

buy sans-serif; font-size: small;”>Entebbe took the lead through Mpangire Ibrahim before veteran Yusuf Kinene scored the second a few minutes to half time at a poorly attended, dull and physical game held at Wankulukuku.

The Entebbe tactician Frank Video Anyau praised his team for a good display of skills.

“I beat them when they were still Bunamwaya; I have again beaten them. They have never beaten me. They were lucky because they would have conceded 4 goals but I wish them the best because they are still at the top of the table” said Anyau.

However Wasswa Bbosa the assistant coach praised Vippers for their good play and blamed the loss on their team having a bad day.

Vippers also lacked two of their players; goalkeeper Hamza Muwonge and defender Joseph Mpande who are out on a national duty with the Uganda cranes who will play Rwandan side Amavubi stars at Amahoro stadium in Rwanda in an international friendly match scheduled to take place today.

In another encounter between the two armed forces in the Fufa Super League, Police ensured law and order by walloping the army side Simba 3 goals to zero thanks to a brace from Jimmy Kakembo and another goal from Kutosi Michael.

This leaves Vippers in the top position on the table with 33 points the same as KCCA FC but with a better goal difference. KCCA are now in second position but with 2 games at hand.

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