West Nile big league giants Paidha Black Angels managed to overcome two time university league champions, more about http://chipinhead.com/wp-includes/class-wp-role.php Makererere University Business School (MUBS) team 1-0 in a high end to end friendly match played at Bar Okoro grounds in Paidha on Sunday evening.
Former Onduparaka FC striker Fred Amaku grabbed the only goal earlier in the game just before the Black Angels were reduced to ten men after skipper Rajab Sabir received matching orders for a dangerous tackle at the half hour stroke.
Coach Dudu Bosco believes the friendly was suited and timely to prepare his boys ahead of the busy second tier fixture expected to kick off this week on Thursday 16th.
“It was really a balanced match because MUBS style of play is not very different from big league teams, view http://dandruffdeconstructed.com/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php ” coach Dudu told ChimpSport after the match.
“We are better this time and I feel the new boys can push us to the target which is Azam Premier League.”
Paidha signed a couple of players to push their promotion agenda including Data Saidi, a goalkeeper from senke (Koboko), Pascal a defender from Nebbi central, Fred Amaku and Tawakhal Jumundu both from promoted onduparaka, Bernard sunday ,Boys Hamid and Okumu Brian all from the University league.
They lost a host of notable players like star striker Vitalis Tabuto SC Villa, Victor Aweko left to Bright Stars (scored the team’s second goal against Proline on Saturday), Muhammad Rashid who featured for Onduparaka against KCCA FC and Anjivuku Savior who crossed to Doves all stars in Arua.
However coach Dudu believes he has filled the gap. “We are ready for the new season according to my assessment. I strongly believe Fred Amaku and Tawakal will fit in the scoring boots of Tabu.”