Tuesday, October 22
*Vipers Vs BUL
*Maroons Vs KCCA
*Kyetume Vs Proline – 4:30PM
Ivan Bogere’s case with Proline FC has escalated and has been the major talking point as the club visit Kyetume FC on Tuesday at Namboole in one of the rescheduled games.
The prolific striker played just once in the league this season, coming off the bench as Proline lost to Mbarara City FC on match-day one at Luzira.
Bogere, the 2018/19 FUFA Big league top-scorer, was ignored after he refused to sign what was said to be an improved contract.
Last week, it was revealed that the player is in middle East to seal a deal with another club without Proline’s consent.
To make matters worse, Proline is set to face charges as lawyers saying to be representing the boy’s mother have come out accusing the club of signing a minor and forcing him out of school.
In a recent document released by the club in regards to the development, Proline have showed the desire to solve the matter in-house and believe the mother is just being misguided by unscrupulous persons for the reasons yet unknown.
Proline FC Seek To Bury Poor Form
Matia Lule’s Proline has lost three league games in a row and are rooted on the log with zero points after they were docked six points for dishonoring their game against SC Villa.
They put up a decent performance against Wakiso Giants, only to lose to a late penalty where they left hard done by the officiating at Wankulukuku.
They visit Kyetume FC, another promoted side, and will fancy to beat the side they eliminated from Uganda Cup last season.
The lugogo based outfit will bank on their stars including the likes of Mustafa Mujuzi, Bright Anukan and Noordin Bunjo but will hope that Edrisa Lubega and Alfred Leku are clinical this time round in front of the goal.
Kyetume will be looking forward to build on their last 1-0 win against Bright Stars at Wankulukuku which placed them in 10th position on the log with as many points from seven game.
Kyetume has lost thrice this season – against Maroons, Police and Express FC and drew against URA. The Slaughters will be looking for their fourth win of the season after beating Villa, Tooro United and Bright Stars.
Coach George William Best Nsimbe with rely on the experience of team captain Vincent Kayizzi, on form Isejja Deo and Saaka Sharif.
Proline have only managed to register two wins – against Onduparaka and Express – which points were used to clear the deficit/fine.