Bidco Increase Survival Chances
Proline had a TV debut to forget on SuperSport 9 East when they were beaten by relegation threatened Bidco 1-0 in the Bell Super League at Namboole on Friday.
Patrick ‘Crespo’ Asiku struck the deadly blow in the 41st minute and the Jinja-based side held on with their dear life to subject Abdallah Mubiru's side to their first defeat in seven games.
The victory for Bidco, who sacked their coach, Richard Makumbi, this week, moves them one place up to 11th on 34 points.
Proline drop one to fourth on 46 points as their title hopes diminish by the game following their goalless draw at Victors on Tuesday.
The hosts dominated proceedings and bombarded the visitors’ territory endlessly but Bidco got one decent chance, scored and defended the goal with their lives.
Asiku beat the offside trap, rounded Yasin Mugabi in goal coolly as you like, before burying it in to send the Bidco bench into wild celebrations.
Proline, thereafter, did everything but score as Otongo William and company stood tall in the visitors’ backline.
Their leading scorer with nine goals, William Wadri, and Anthony Bongole all had their efforts thwarted by impressive Mulindwa Kawooya in goal as Bicdo held on to record their eighth victory of the season.
Interim Bidco coach, Makumbi’s hitherto assistant Arthur Kyesimire had to watch the last ten minutes of the game in the stands after referee Kalema Ronnie asked him to vacate the dugout for excessive touchline protests.
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Updated on 2013-05-09 09:25
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