Sporting United head coach Ogwal Ongedo is confident that his team will be able to finish the Big League on top of the table and thus get a direct promotion to the 2016/17 Uganda Premier League season.
The coach took over the reins at the Lira-based outfit in the middle of first leg after the club parted ways with Coach Bob Obira and since then he has been at the sidelines collecting maximum league points out of 6 games played including two away wins.
“I think the league is quite competitive this time round but still we have the strength to carry on up to the last whistle. When I came here, viagra order http://chakraboosters.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table-compat.php there were little things missing which I have tried to rectify hence the good results we have had. Since then the team has not lost any game whether official or a friendly, drug ” coach Ongedo told ChimpSport after the team’s training on Saturday at Lango sports ground.
Sporting United is currently second in the Elgon group with 23 points, one behind leaders Artland Katale but coach Engwedo believes third placed Onduparaka fc from West Nile pose more threat in their (sporting) race to promotion than thecurrent log leaders.
“Artland Katale is a good team but Onduparaka is our biggest threat. Their football is great; they play all games with confidence like they were at home. We narrowly beat them here (Lango SG).”
He further adds that,”we have seven home games in 2nd leg, while Artland has more away games. I only need seven wins and am good to go.”
The Lira side has been awarded six points after Kira Young and Paidha Black Angels walked out of the field of play because of poor refereeing.
The soft-spoken coach said, “The level of officiation should be checked. For example against Kira Young, the referee gave a rather simple penalty at first but then when the ‘most deserved one came’, the opponents walked off. At least teams should follow laws and lodge complaints later.’”
Sporting has been boosted by the return of Geoffrey Mugisha from Saints and experienced goalie Stephen Odong from SC Villa.
They have also brought in Stephen Kiyera, Badro Owiny and Shabaan Atiine.
Hot Pool Club have raided Skin Samona Pool Club for the signature of PAU seed four, sales http://darylhewsoncollection.com/tmp/templates_c/2f8f924f5a90a44a757a6c22721995d8%5e%25%256d%5e6dd%5e6dd2243f%25%25module_db_tpl%253amenumanager%253bframework.php Alfred Gumikiriza who has signed a three-year contract that will keep him locked up to February 2019.
Gumikiriza is one of the hottest and most sought-for pool talents in the country.
It was officially reported that Alfred ‘the Black Sheep’ bagged home Shs 2.5m while his former club benefitted a million bob to sell out his Contract.
The USPA Pool Player of the year 2014 will be getting monthly wages and match allowances which were undisclosed during the unveiling.
Cash-strapped Skin Samona are now targeting to replace the 3 key players they have so far lost from their Squad following the exit of Musa Ssekiliba and Sula Matovu to CKI Pool Club and now Black Sheep.
So far they have signed Joseph Kasozi from Scrap Buyers and are targeting Ivan Kanyesigye.
At Hot Pool, http://deltadiner.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/wc-page-functions.php Gumikiriza will reunite with the ‘Joker’ and Fred Namanya, a union he believes will form an ‘invisible’ partnership.
“I have ever played with Jonan Turigye aka Joker and Fred Namanya and I know what they can do and I Know we can do it together with Humphrey and Adam. I hope my arrival will bring good change to the team’s performance.”
Other stars at Hot Pool include Aaron Turigye, Humphrey Nsubuga, Habib Sebuguzi, Paul Wasike, Fred Namanya aka Bonde, Nathan Bwankosha, Charles Segawa and last season’s top scorer, Adam Sebbi.
Hot Pool have also roped in Sharon Mirembe to their ladies team in a two year contract from CKI on an undisclosed fee.
Gumikiriza’s former clubs:
- CALIFORNIA POOL CLUB -2005
- LINK POOL CLUB -2006
- SAMONA POOL CLUB – 2007
- MAMBULE POOL CLUB -2012
- SKIN SAMONA POOL CLUB – 2013- Jan 2016
- Hot Pool Club – Feb. 2016