Kirinya-Jinja SSS boss Abbey Bogere has urged the club’s fans to come out in large numbers on Saturday to applaud the team as they look to avoid the drop on the final day of the campaign.
The league debutants take on Proline at Njeru Technical Ground on Saturday looking to avoid defeat to cement their stay in the league for at least one more season, and Bogere who is confident his men will overcome the pressure on Saturday has urged the club faithful to turn up in huge numbers.
He said: “We are going to play our last game this season and it is a final to us. We have treated so many games as finals this season especially in the second round but this game is very crucial to us. The boys know it very well.
“It will be a pressure game I know but my boys have ever been in such a situation before when we had to beat Wandegeya on the last day to earn promotion to the Uganda Premier league and they did it.
“Proline is a good team and they are used to the turf unlike us but we will try our level best to win this game in front of our fans therefore the fans should come in large numbers to support the team.”
Kirinya-Jinja SSS need just a point to preserve their place in the league, but they can afford to lose the game and still maintain their stay in the league if Lweza fail to defeat Police by a difference of over four goals.
Bogere’s charges sit tenth in the league with 32 points heading into that game.