Early qualification drive behind Kampala University’s good form

The Nile Special University Football League continues as Group A leaders Kampala University tussles it with second placed Ndejje University at Villa Park on Tuesday 12th 2016.

Kampala University who got a comprehensive 5-1 win when they thrashed Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) on Sunday 10th lifting them top of group A while Ndejje only managed to draw with Nkumba university in their previous game.

Ndejje University

Fans are expected to be excited while  watching the game between Kampala University and Ndejje University at Villa Park

Kampala University’s win means that the 2014 University league winners lead the six team group A level on points with today’s opponents Ndejje, but with a superior goal difference of 3.

Kampala University coach Vincent “Titi” Tumusiime put his team’s good form to quest for early qualification as the appealing difference of this year.

“Last year we had a very bad season as we did not even make it past the group stage which was very painful for us. This season we want to qualify as early as possible. If we beat Ndejje we shall be on seven points with two games to go which will be comfortable for us,” Tumusiime said.

Group A
Team P W D L GD PTS
KU 2 1 1 0 +4 4
NDE 2 1 1 0 +1 4
NKU 2 1 1 0 +1 4
MAK 2 0 2 0 0 2
UMU 2 0 1 1 -1 1
MUST 2 0 0 2 -5 0

Kampala University is aiming to qualify past the group stage with Ndejje University gunning for the title in the top of the group A clash.

Venue: Villa Park

Time  :    4:00 pm

Meanwhile, the UFL disciplinary committee has docked Makerere University three points and three goals for indiscipline against Kampala University on April,2, 2016.

Makerere was found guilty of attacking referees and visiting Kampala University team players, officials and fans during and after their goalless draw in their opening game of the Nile Special University Football League.

Weekend results
Kyambogo 0 Gulu 0
KIU 1 Busitema 1
MUST 1 Kampala 5

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