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Uganda Cranes Star Mawejje’s Brother Dropped by Police FC

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In a bid to survive the relegation monster, prostate http://coachypnose.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-themes.php Uganda Premier League side, http://crazytour.am/wp-includes/class-wp.php Police Football Club have continued to make changes in their squad ahead of the second round.

Just days after acquiring 5 players on loan from champions KCCA, Police football club head coach Abdallah Mubiru has let go of four players that were deemed surplus to requirement.

Midfielder Sydney Ssenyonga who is a young brother to Uganda cranes midfield maestro Tonny Mawejje is among the four players that have been released.

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Ssenyonga who joined Police FC at the start of last season has struggled for playing time even under former coach Sam and new coach Mubiru decided to drop him.

The robust midfielder who joined the cops from Fufa Big league side Synergy has failed to dislodge either Yasin Mubiru or Rahmat Ssenfuka for a starting slot.

The other players axed include defender Edwin Hasule (son to late Paul Hasule), Hassan Bakulumpagi and Abdu Hussein Sseremba.

Police have been busy since the end of the first round embarking on plans of surviving the drop after a dismal performance in the half season, first with the appointment of Abdallah Mubiru as head coach on a 3 year deal.

The cops have already got Martin Mpuuga, Brian Ochwo, Paul Willa, Hakim Ssenkumba and Yasin Mugume (has been on loan at Lweza) all from KCCA.

Reports also indicate, Police have signed goalkeeper Yasin Mugabi who was released by SC Villa, left back Waibi Yeseri (on loan) and are in finals stages to get Ssaka Mpiima from KCCA.

Police ended the first round with a meager 14 points languishing in 13th position just a point above the drop zone.

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