CAF Confederations Cup
Preliminary Round, return leg
Masters Security vs Proline
Proline FC carry a three-goal advantage into the second leg of their CAF Confederations Cup Preliminary Round against Masters Security this Saturday at the Bingu national stadium, Lilongwe.
On his continental debut, striker Ivan Bogere grabbed a hat trick in Kampala last weekend as the Reigning Uganda Cup champions also made a triumphant debut at the continent.
The return leg this Saturday serves as Matia Lule’s first match in charge since replacing Shafiq Bisaso as the Proline head coach after the latter stepped down to pursue further coaching course in Europe.
Lule, formerly the Uganda Cranes assistant coach, called for Unity and focus as he officially commenced work.
He cautioned his charges against complacency –saying that the tie is yet done despite carrying a 3-0 advantage from the first leg.
“In football everything is possible. We need to be cautious and not getting taken away by the first leg result. They have the home advantage and we should not relax. We have no pressure and we are not going to alter our style of play for results,” noted Lule.
Proline arrived in Malawi on Thursday in a contingent of 25 having 18 players.
Goalkeepers: Hassan Matovu, Shatif Magoola
Defenders: Bernard Muwanga, Yusuf Mukisa, Ibrahim Sendi, Mustafa Mujuzi, Ssaka Mpiima, James Begesa, Richard Ajuna
Midfielders: Sam Kintu, Noordin Bunjo Jjagwe, Bright Anukani, Arnold Sserunjogi, Ibrahim Wammanah
Forwards: Ivan Bogere, Ibrahim Bonyo, Andrew Isiagi Okiringi, Hamim Kiwanuka
Leader of Delegation – Ronnie Kalema
Deputy Club CEO – Bashir Asuman
Club Director – Mujib Kasule
Team Manager – Matia Lule
First team coach – Baker Mboowa
Goalkeeping coach – Swaib Ssebagala
Team physiotherapist – Isaac Senoga