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“We intend to allow the two players to return for training. They have already submitted their apology letters and so, we don’t need to insist on the suspension,” said KCC’s head coach, George Nsimbe.
KCC has played and won three games in the absence of the two players yet one of them is the league’s top scorer (15 goals).
Coach George Nsimbe, however, explained that, “the team has been missing the two players but at least we could fill in their gaps decently.”
KCC is preparing for a Uganda Cup quarter final game against Big league side, Lweza tomorrow, Saturday.
The game, initially scheduled for today, Friday, was postponed to allow Proline host their FUFA Super League games against bottom tabled CRO at same venue (Lugogo).