Uganda Premier League Result (Saturday, 29th August 2015):

  • BUL F.C 0-1 Sports Club Victoria University

If money was the recipe for immediate success, then Jinja based club, Bul F.C would be having maximum points from the two Uganda Premier league played so far.

The money laded club who signed more than 8 new players in the transfer epoch suffered yet another loss to the visiting Sports Club Victoria University, the second in two matches played thus far.

Musa Othieno scored the goal that subjected BUL F.C to their second loss of the season to register their worst start ever.

BUL F.C lost the opener, 1-0 away to Lugazi based Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) football club in a fixture that Alex Isabirye, now head coach at the Jinja club was facing his former side.

Against SCVU, Isabirye was again facing his former pay masters having coached the side in the 2011/12 season.

The game was the first match for new SCVU coach, Harunah Mawa, who took over the ruins of the cash stripped club following the resignation of Morley Byekwaso.

The latter has since joined army side Simba Sports Club, based in Bombo.

SCVU is now 9th with the three points picked and BUL remains in the relegation zone, sitted 14th on the 16 team log.

Next Fixtures:

The league matches resume on Tuesday, 8th August 2015 after a 10 day break to allow the national team train for the away engagement against Comoros in the AFCON 2017 qualifier.

SCVU shall play their next fixture at their Nelson Mandela Stadium home, against SC Villa as BUL F.C hosts Vipers at Kakindu stadium.

Bul XI: Franco-GK Oringa, Fred  Agandu, Hakim Magombe, Junior  Mukisa, Kawoya, Hashim Sempala, Milton Karisa, Augustine Nsumba (Simon Okwil 55’), John Wakalaita, Herbert  Odipio (Paul Kibande 67’),James  Kasibante.

SCVU: Joseph Sebuliba, Hamza Delu, Joseph Othieno, Ramadhan Yakubu, Joseph Kasekende, Andrew Kalule (Kiseke Ali 62’), Ivan Mbowa, Titus Lubega (Sedi Moses 90’), Faluku Kawooya (Kiseke Ali 38′ *injured), Nicholas Kagaba.

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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