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Women Super League: Kawempe Out To Extend Unbeaten Run

Kawempe are still unbeaten in the Women Super league.

Wednesday, February 12th
*She Corporates Vs Kawempe Muslims
*Uganda Martyrs Vs Olila High

After beating Kampala Queens on Sunday 1-0 to reach top spot, Kawempe Muslims ladies team are determined to face She Corporates to maintain their unbeaten run

Kawempe visit She Corporates in the Women Super League game at Luzira grounds without injured duo Juliet Nalukenge and Stellah Musubika.

Kawempe sit atop the eight-team log with 15 points while She Corporates are fifth with six points after five games.

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Coached by Ayub Khalifa, Kawempe have scored 10 goals and are yet to concede a goal.

The last time Kawempe met with She Corporates, the latter won 1-0.

“Its not going to be an easy game, we have had two away games in a row and we have prepared enough to get three points but it is not going to be an easy because we are playing aside that is just from losing to Olila high school so they need three points also,” Kawempe coach Khalifa said.

“Our target is to get three points in every match and if things became hard we settle for a draw at least .

“Away games are costing us financially because every time we talk to our boss he say what is happening to the team and we go on to explain to him that the team missed the games because of Uganda Under 17 and under 20 preparation.”

She corporates has played five games; losing three and winning the other two.

They will still miss two injured players Namazzi Agnes and Naome Nagadya while Winnie Nabbale is on a two-match ban.

She Corporates coach Zzinda Alli blamed the players after loss to Olila.

“That day the players attitude was so down. We had an internal meeting with the players to boost their confidences and I think everything we talked about was fruitful so on Wednesday I expect a positive result.

“The mistakes that were there in Olila game were easy to avoid but sometimes people have bad days in office. Our defenders gave away the goals to olila team but not intentional .we have tried to work on some small things to make sure we don’t do the same things.”

Zzinda added:

“Playing a team like Kawempe Muslims that scores a lot and has a good defence, you need to change the approach of the game.”

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