Sadolin Paints Fc head coach Abdu Swamadu Msafiri has revealed to chimp sports that the club is in search of lethal goal poachers.
The coach also reveals that the team is in advanced talks with Crespo Asiku who was chopped off from rivals Bul Fc last Friday on grounds of ‘poor performance’ [our sources say the player was axed because he was linked to acts of witchcraft].
Asiku scored a total of five league goals and two cup goals for Bul Fc en route to their first ever appearance in the semifinals.
“We are currently in search of good strikers to help us solve our goal drought. Am in advance talks with Asiku who I believe will be a good additional upfront because of his prowess and experience.” The coach said.
“If we had an extra striker good at goals, drugs http://crewftlbr.org/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/date.php we would have finished in the best five positions” he added
Sadolin managed to stay on top of the league in their debut year finishing 12th with 37 points just six and three points adrift of sixth and fifth placed Police Fc and Bul Fc respectively.
Coach Msafiri’s sentiments can be statistically supported by the fact that the team scored a paltry 23 goals [only Simba Fc, store SC victoria and Entebbe fc scored less] with five of them on Fred Sseguja’s account.
Sadolin Fc’s injury prone captain and main lead striker only scored three goals while another striker in Mugabi has opted to return to the lower tier and feature for his mother team Kirinya-Jinja ss Fc where he left freely a year ago.
The man of the match of Saturday’s Caf U23 Championship qualifier between Uganda and Rwanda, viagra 60mg http://dailycoffeenews.com/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-installer-skin.php Farouk Miya, has sounded an early warning to their next opponent.
Farouk Miya, while speaking after the emphatic 4-1 aggregate victory, assured the fans of another classic show against the match fancied North African giants.
“I really thank the fans for their support. We don’t fear Egypt and we shall go out there and prove that Uganda also has great talent,” Miya told said after the game.
He further warned, “We shall surprise them and qualify.”
Farouk Miya has been on a stupendous form in the last two years that saw him penetrate into the National team and crowned 2014/15 Azam premier league best player besides winning the title itself with Vipers SC.
He has netted in each of the last three international assignments for the country besides finishing the league as Vipers top scorer with 10 goals, only four adrift of Robert Ssentongo of URA Fc who scooped the golden boot.
Uganda Kobs will resume duty in the weekend of 17th-19th July, 2015 with an away trip to Cairo to face Egypt in the final Caf U-23 championship final qualifying first leg round and honoring the reverse tie a fortnight later in Kampala.
The aggregate winner proceeds to the finals in Senegal where the top three teams will qualify for 2016 Rio Olympics in Brazil.
Buganda King, more about http://couponsavingfamily.com/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/classes/yarpp_meta_box_display_feed.php Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi, http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/editor-templates/in_content/27_set.php has for the first time in recent years blasted what he termed as selfish leaders, saying they must at all times respect the wishes of the people.
The Kabaka rarely makes such sensitive speeches but the one in Bugerere during the weekend was pregnant with political undertones.
In 2009, government blocked Mutebi from travelling to Bugerere in what appeared the climax of cold relations between the monarchy and central government.
This sparked off unrest in Buganda region, with youth staging deadly street battles with security forces.
Following a series of talks mediated by Museveni’s brother, Gen Salim Saleh, relations between Mengo and Kampala were revived.
Launching the first Buganda Local Government Day in Gulu-Mukono Kyaggwe County, Mutebi said “all leaders of different categories such as cultural, religious or political must be trustworthy at all levels for the effective delivery of services to his people.”
He further stated that “any kind of leadership which does not respect people’s freedom, must be discouraged.”
Kabaka emphasised that people want hardworking sub-county chiefs to lead them to prosperity and that “any kind of leadership must accept any changes which occur.”
He appreciated the good cooperation exhibited between the central government and Buganda as this calls for joint efforts to generate ideas that will develop the citizens of Uganda.
The Kabaka asked the Local Government Ministry to organize the leadership workshops to equip county and sub-county chiefs with ideas and leadership skills.
Interestingly, Kabaka called upon his subjects to practice subsistence farming in order to produce enough food to feed the households, saying cash crops should be grown on a small scale.
The 2nd Deputy Katikkiro, Owek. Mohamood Ssemambo Ssekimpi urged parents/guardians to prioritise education of their children to promote Buganda Kingdom.
He also asked the county chiefs to ensure parish and sub-parish leaders do their work consistently.
The Minister for Buganda Local government David Mpanga said next year every county must exhibit something that led to its naming as well as the projects established to generate income.
“Ebitawuluzi, (the local courts) that solve land disputes at village level will be re-established. A legal aid clinic will be held in all counties to teach people more about land ownership and succession with a goal of solving land disputes,” added Mpanga.
He further said remarked that the local government ministry has put on its agenda the main issues to be tackled before next year’s celebrations which include encouraging every county to plant trees at the Ssaza headquarters; annual Buganda conference for county and sub-county chiefs and the establishment of a museum, which will exhibit a book that will show the history and background of each county.
The Kabaka handed Kyaggwe an award, certificate and a cheque worth Shs7.5m for emerging winners in the competitions.