• July 6, 2020

Super Cup: Proline Coach Matia Lule Anticipates Entertaining Final Against KCCA

 Super Cup: Proline Coach Matia Lule Anticipates Entertaining Final Against KCCA

Wednesday, August 28
*KCCA FC Vs Proline FC – 3:30PM

Proline FC coach Matia Lule says that his side’s final against KCCA FC will be free flowing as both clubs go out to tussle for the Super Cup.

This, is a curtain raiser for the 2019/20 football season.

Coach Lule believes says that it will be an end to end affair which will be good for the fans since both teams play a passing game.

The comments comes at a time after KCCA FC gaffer Mike Mutebi criticised Vipers’ ‘defensive approach’ in his team’s 2-0 loss in the Uganda Cup final.

“We are ready and set for this game, we are going to approach this final the same way we handle our games,” coach Lule told journalists. “We expect to put up a good show and challenge, we will continue playing our passing game and am expecting the same from KCCA so this will be a good one to watch.”

“All I can say is that we want to win so as we go in records but I will not reveal my tactics because it will be like am alerting them (KCCA).

“This will be a good and it will depend on how everyone take his chances. I will not base on the fact that KCCA lost to Vipers so it will be easy or difficult for us because is very dynamic, what I can say is that my boys are set and want to win to get a motivation before the league kicks off.”

This will be Lule’s second game as Proline coach. He helped the team to an away goalless draw in Malawi against Masters Security FC to reach the next round of the CAF Confederation cup. The side had won 3-0 in Kampala under coach Shafic Bisaso then, who has moved on for further studies in Sweden.

Proline FC training recently in Malawi. Courtesy photo

Proline FC reached the Super Cup finals after winning the Uganda Cup title when they beat Bright Stars in finals held in Masaka.

The newly promoted league team will miss Bernard Muwanga, Shafic Kiwanuka and Ibrahim Wamanah who are on loan from KCCA FC but with Noordin Bunjo, Ivan Bogere, Bright Anukani, Mustafa Mujuzi among others, they have enough armoury to trouble KCCA FC.

Mutebi’s KCCA FC are here because they won the league last season and are expected to ring changes to the team that lost 2-0 to Vipers SC on Sunday in the Uganda Cup.

Brian Kawalya

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