URA’s Masaba Could Miss Champions League Tie

rx information pills geneva; font-size: small;”>Madam Kagina’s boys who labored to collect a 0-0 stalemate draw in the first leg in West Africa, the URA side is hungry to progress to the next stage. However, with few days to the game team skipper Simeon Masaba and Farouk Osama have not returned to training.

Veteran Uganda Cranes right-back Masaba has been struggling with fever since the team returned from Doula Cameroon last week, while Osama is carrying a knee injury. However, return days for the duo have not been revealed yet the second leg is fast approaching.

Their Coach Paul Nkata is worried that although they managed to pick a draw in Cameroon and also had three players booked, they have to make sure they utilize their scoring chances in Kampala. “Football is all about goals and we need to make sure we score the goals. It will be a very tricky game because it will be like a Cup final since none of the teams scored in Cameroon,” Nkata said.

Since the departure of Uganda Super League’s topscorer last season and URA FC’s most reliable striker in the recent past Robert Ssentongo who joined St. George in Ethiopia last month, URA has been struggling to get the goals in. The likes of Feni Ali, Augustine Nsumba and Erias Sekisambu are all struggling to get their scoring boots on.

The team is still struggling in the FUFA Super League where they are placed sixth on the log. Last weekend they were held to a 1-all draw by Entebbe FC


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