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AUPL: Isabirye Returns to Haunt BUL in Derby

BUL FC's Milutin Kalisa takes on a JMC player in a previous derby

The last three seasons in the domestic premier league have seen atleast one team from Jinja joining the ranks from Sadolin paints to JMC Hippos and this year Kirinya Jinja the quartet.

The youngsters have endured a tough beginning without a single win or goal. They have only managed to pick four draws and two losses on the road. They face rivals BUL FC on Tuesday in their third derby game.

Kirinya endured another goalless draw at home last Tuesday against Onduparaka despite controlling a better part of the game but coach Isabirye still has hope of rectifying the problem

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“The boys are getting used to the league since most are still young. Our main problem is not finding the back of the net despite coming that close in numerous occasions and that is where i will put much emphasis, approved http://cfmasv.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-options.php ” Isabirye said.

Bul on the other hand crushed 3-1 to KCCA FC with three quick goals inside the first 33 minutes which the coach blamed on defensive lapses but promised to rectify.

“We made some mistakes that cost us on Saturday but this is a marathon where you fall, viagra http://davepallone.com/wp-includes/class-oembed.php stand and continue running. This is a game to make the fans happy with good football not hatred, approved ” Anyau noted.

Isabirye is facing his immediate former club with the two making maiden clash.

Johnson Wakalita and Kiiza David are still sidelined with ankle and hip injuries respectively while keeper Tom Ikara is expected to return to the first team. Cesar Sapeo and Barasa Issa will await a late fitness test.

BUL FC are likely to miss keeper Paul Mujampani who was forced out against KCCA FC after colliding with the post just before end of first half.

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