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Sadolin Deserved the Point, Says KCCA FC Coach

Sadolin Paints and KCCA FC players shake hands before the Tuesday fixture. The match ended 1-1

Norman Ogik early second half strike against KCCA FC in Bugembe ensured Sadolin Paints not only pick a point but extend their unbeaten streak to nine games.

The painters put up an energetic and enterprising show that earned them applauds from KCCA FC assistant manager Morley Byekwaso.

“The game was so hard and physical, generic http://choladathaicuisine.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/_inc/lib/class.color.php ” Byekwaso remarked.

“We expected to have the result on our side but missed several clear cut chances, website like this http://crankygenius.com/wp-includes/text/diff.php however we appreciate their resilience and strong fight. They really deserved the point.”

The club missed several players in their structure including defender Habib Kavuma who was out suspended, http://cerlalc.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-site-user-endpoint.php Lawrence Kasadha and Hassan Waswa ‘Dazo’ are out injured while Mpuuga was named on the bench.

“We didn’t play 3-5-2 system because we missed several of our central defenders due to accumulated cautions and Mutyaba (malaria) who has been our key playmaker.  But still, we really feel sorry for ourselves because of the chances we lost.”

Despite the draw, KCCA FC still top the charts with 32 points, four clear off SC Villa in the second place. Both have played 14 games.

The Kasasiro boys make another daunting trip to Lugazi on Saturday to face URA FC

“We have to pull our socks and prepare hard to beat URA who we are facing on Saturday in Lugazi if we are to keep hopes of retaining the trophy,” he added.

Geoffrey Sserunkuma had scored the opener to take his season’s tally to nine goals.

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