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Nyamityobora stun Police to improve survival hopes

Nyamityobra XI in first round

Uganda premier league

Tuesday results

Police 1-4 Nyamityobora

Tooro United 1-0 Express

Nyamityobora FC improved their survival hopes with a stunning away win against Police at Lugogo on Tuesday despite failure to climb off the bottom three of the Uganda premier league.

Misagga leads team cheers recently

The Abanyakale remained in the relegation zone with 12 points, two below safety. Pilsner Man of the match Ibrahim Dada scored a hat trick –the second of the season whilst Damien Nakalema made a scoring debut after joining the Asaph Mwebaze’s side from Water in the current transfer window. Arafat Galiwango scored Police’s consolation as the Abdullah Mubiru’s side slipped a place to 9th. Before the game, Nyamityobora president Eng. Ben Misagga had declared ‘a war’ to see the Western side survive relegation. The side also already boosted their squad with eight new additions and will make two other signings before closure of the current transfer period, according to Misagga. Tuesday’s win was Nyamityobora’s third of the campaign and was a revenge against 2-0 home defeat in the reverse fixture when they still hosted at Betway Muteesa II stadium, Wankulukuku.


  1. […] https://sportsoceanuganda.com/2019/01/29/nyamityobora-stun-police-to-improve-survival-hopes/Tooro United continued with their unbeaten home run at Buhinga stadium with a toiled 1-0 win at Express on Tuesday. Simon Sserunkuma punished former bosses from the spot in the 87th minute after defender Arthur Kiggundu fouled the Pilsner Man of the match Allan Kayiwa from the forbidden area. Express FC head coach Kefa Kisala benched striker Tony Odur before the latter replaced injured Eric Kambale. But it was rather a rude debut for new signings; Brian Umony and Ivan Ocholit. Umony replaced the former in the second stanza but could do little to save the Betway-sponsored side from their 5th loss of the campaign, and this time, at the hands of former coach Wasswa Bbosa. The win moved Bbosa’s side four places to 6th with 23 points from 16 games whilst the Red Eagles moved to a place down to 8th with 21 points from as many games. […]


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