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Sadolin Expect Minimal Business in Mid-Season Transfer

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Sadolin Paints head coach Richard Kirumira has hinted that the club will not be busy in the midseason transfer season.

The Bugembe outfit ended the season in the tenth place with 17 points, order http://ccalliance.org/blog/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-xmlrpc-server.php which Kirumira says was below their target.

“Our target was to get twenty points in the first round to set a good stage for the last lap which is normally tricky,” Kirumira said.

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“We missed our target by three points but the deviation can be explained by the nature of the league this season characterized with so many draws.”

The painters have scored a paltry eight goals so far with club top scorer, Norman Ogik registering five on his name. They have also conceded the least number of goals (10) thanks to Franco Oringa’s work in goal.

“We are thinking of only two additions in our squad; another striker to compliment Ogik and a good goalkeeper to challenge Oringa and keep him on his feet.”

“The difference between our top scorers is worrying meaning that without Ogik, the rest can’t deliver enough. Oringa needs a very strong challenger that will also help us during training the strikers.”

List of Sadolin Paints 2016-17 squad

Goalkeepers: 1. Franco Oringa, 27. Hilbert Hatimu

Defenders: 3. Moses Kibirige, 19. Ibrahim Sajjabi, 15. Desmond Kyobe, 2. Joseph Semogerere, 18. Ronald Lukungu, 28. Mulodhu Faizo

Midfielders: 13. Dan Ekuyu, 11. Bruhan Matovu, 23. Anthony Baize, 27. Eddie Ssegane, 23. Nazil Serwada, 12. Isaac Muyanga, 5. 5. Basaan Saaf, 10. Robert Schema, 20. Ivan Lubaale, 8. Andrew Basooma, 26. Nasser Muzamir, 6. Peter Katumba, 14. Nasser Nsubuga.

Strikers: 7. Allan Oryek, 9. Norman Ogik, 20. Fred Kyambadde, 25. Sijali Jamali, 16. Herbert Katongole,

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