In the football kitchen, this http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-content/plugins/thrive-visual-editor/editor/control_panel.php derbies have always been the salt in the soup but on sometimes may turn the salt on the wound mostly to the losing side; in this case the latter.
High-flying Arua based Fufa big league side Onduparaka FC famously known as the Caterpillars endured a long journey back home on Thursday evening after losing their winning streak to bitter rivals Paidha Black Angels away at Bar Okoro in Paidha town.
The side were unfortunate not to pick a point despite the various chances they had but according to coach Allan Kabonge the loss was ‘largely contributed by external factors’.
“I am really disappointed with the match officials who favored a team that could not even make three complete passes in an open area of play, discount http://curcumincapsules.art14london.com/wp-includes/ms-functions.php ” Kabonge who was ‘not able’ to give a post match interview communicated to Chimp Sport through club PRO (Adams Otelul).
The caterpillars had a second half goal flagged off by the second assistant. The decision did not go well with the Arua side who went to confront the liner and their coach shares same sentiments, for sale http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-includes/update.php “We were denied a clean goal and good moves by their home based liner’s. The fact is they don’t fit the standard of the league in terms of their play.
If that’s how Paidha plays then I will not be surprised if they get relegated next season from big league.” The coach also alleges that he was brutally attacked by home fans.
The loss leaves the caterpillars in a tight position especially if Sporting United win their derby on Saturday against Lira united.
However the coach is now emphasizing on chance creation and improvement in the conversion rate and improve on speed in transition.
Onduparaka remain with five games to go with three of them at home versus Busia Fisheries, , Boma Young and sporting United while they will be away to Bukedea TC Fc and CRO FC away.
Onduparaka remaining fixture.
Thur 31st March– vs. Busia (H)
Thur 14th April– vs. Bukedea (A)
Sat 16th April– vs. CRO (A)
Thur 21st April– vs. Boma (H)
Thur 12th May– vs. Sporting (H)