Uganda Premier League: Lweza unbothered about Proline’s form

  • Uganda Premier League
  • Friday, 10th March 2017
  • Lweza Vs Proline – Wankulukuku, 4:30pm
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Lweza’s Manko Kaweesa

Seated 12th on the 16 team log, Lweza Football Club is not safe from the relegation red line as they have only collected 20 points from 20 matches.

Below them is Sadolin Paints (20), BUL (17), Kirinya – Jinja S.S (17) and Jinja Municipal Council Hippos (8).

Such is the worrying state of Lweza at a time they have just lost the services of their head coach, Ibrahim Kirya (hired by URA).

Now under the hands of Hamza Kalanzi, who incidentally fell 1-0 in the first full match under charge against URA, they take on an effervescent Proline outfit, a side now 6th with 26 points (Proline lately shocked Onduparaka 3-0, URA 1-0 and lately JMC Hippos 4-2).

Kalanzi is sure current form is just temporary compared to the class.

They (Proline) may be on form, but we have the class. We shall match them.

Kalanzi is expected to assemble a strong side basing on the experienced duo of  Manco Kawesa and Owen Kasule, John Kisakye and Charles Sempa’s robust attitude as the Kajjansi boys fight for the home pride.

Proline’s Mujib Kasule would wish to fight for the maximum points and stay safe from the any sort of relegation politicking and talk.

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Proline’s Gift ‘Gigi’ Ali will miss the match due to accumulated cautions

Since Edrisa Lubega’s departure to Austria, Proline maintains to score and create at will.

Orthodox center forward Nelson Senkatuka, January signing David Owori, Daniel Isiagi, Fahad Bayo and Simon Mbazira are some of offensive minded players expected to line up for Proline.

Simon Namwanja and Denis Makoba Bigala at the left and right back flanks respectively are two other important team players for the Proline, not only going forward but also in defending.

Gift Ali misses the match because of accumulated cautions.

The match will take place at the Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku.