Express FC hosts Sadolin Paints FC on Friday.
The Red Eagles are placed on the eighth position with 28 points while their visitors (10) are only three points adrift.
Both teams have been at the fore of controversies following their fans unruly behaviour that has caused abandonment of several games this season.
However, viagra http://colourtherapy.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/views/widgets/calendar-widget.php the issue hasn’t gone unnoticed with a section of players and fans condemning it.
“We shall do our best to win this game. But we ask both sets of fans to be calm and avoid violence, http://comotenerunabuenaereccion.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-users-list-table.php ”- Express defender, http://chaosoffroad.com/wp-includes/class-wp-dependency.php Hassan Waswa told ChimpSport.
Express hope to forget the recent in-house financial woes that saw players threaten to boycott games.
The painters go into the match well prepared for the battle after losing the first leg by a solitary goal.
“We have done our homework well, first time they overpowered us in the mid but now we know what to do,” said Sadolin coach Msafiri.
“There are two changes I expect tomorrow; the captain is out and Nasser may start,” he added
There are no major concerns for Express; however the painters will miss their Captain Allan Oryeki who is out for 4 weeks while Ronald Lukungu will be replaced by Nassar Nsubuga in the first eleven.
Sadolin Starting XI; Muhamammed Didi (Gk), Joseph Ssemwogerere, Junior Mukisa, Yasser Waibi, Paul Kisige ,Daniel Ekuyu, Peter Katumba, Nassar Nsubuga, Suudi Kayemba, Anthony Baize , Fred Ssegujja,
A significant shortage of workers has hit Kiruhura district in western Uganda, doctor http://cyancdesign.com/wp-includes-1212/class-wp.php as a number of civil servants decided to resign their jobs for bigger posts at the district and national level.
The District Chief Accountant Officer, Mario Pamela told Chimpreports in an interview that those that dropped their offices did so in preparation to contest for elected positions in the February 2016 general elections, which is around the corner.
Those who have so far tendered in their resignations include the District Education Officer Sheila Mwiine, who is eyeing the post of Kiruhura Woman MP and the Burunga Sub county Chief Michael Kananura Muguri, who wants to unseat Col Fred Mwesigye as the Nyabushozi MP.
Nathan Tandeka, the Head teacher at Kanyaryeru Secondary School has also abandoned the school to contest for the District LC5 Chairman seat.
The Chief Accountant Pamera believes most of these are being driven by higher wages at the top, and she fears more district workers might follow suit.
“There is still a lot of time before 2016; we are already feeling the dent. If this trend keeps up, service delivery in this district could be seriously crippled,” she said.
She is concerned that those who resigned had served the district for a long time and were performing great, and replacing them wouldn’t be easy. She also wants government to intervene and save the situation.
When Chimpreports contacted Sheila Mwiine, she told us, “I have served Kiruhura for close to 20 years now, and I have observed that most of our leaders in Parliament are not doing what we send them to do. I feel Kiruhura deserves better, and I obviously can’t do much here as an education officer.” She is hoping to unseat the incumbent area MP Hon Beatrice Rusaniya.
Muguli Michael on the other hand told us that Col. Fred Mwesigye forgot his role as the Nyabushozi MP to the extent that he had turned Kampala into his permanent area of residence.
Meanwhile, the Kiruhura MP seat is expected to be tighter than ever, as two other giants Dr Charles Mubangizi and Mr Genensio who participated in the previous election, have also declared intentions to take part in the race.