On Wednesday 15th June, site http://crememinceur.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-list-invites-endpoint.php Vipers SC filed a petition questioning the legality of Onduparaka skipper Muhammad Shabaan playing for the Arua side in the Uganda Cup finals.
Without delay, http://csv-vidin.eu/components/com_k2/views/latest/tmpl/latest.php Fufa quoted sections of the Regulations and transfer of players to declare the teenage sensation a property of the West Nile side. The decision was received with both magnanimous applause and foul cry from the respective camps.
“I was happy with the news, my heart’s prayer was answered- to captain my team in a grand finale,” Shaban told ChimpSport.
The teenage sensation has scored seven of the ten goals for Onduparaka and has had a hand in the two other two.
“My business is to make the team win no matter if I scored or not. If I don’t get on the score sheet at least must endeavor to support someone else to score because at the end a win is credited to the team,” he added.
Among the teams that have fallen on Shaban’s path include Masavu, Busia, Soana and Entebbe where he struck thrice on both legs.
shabaan was also named the most valuable player in the Fufa Big League for his achievements and steering his team to the topflight on maiden attempt.
“We have been to many finals, used to the pressure and tomorrow ain’t different. The fans have supported us and we want to do it for West Nile, Northern and Eastern Uganda.”
The finals will be played at Nakivubo stadium on Saturday from 4pm.