Express Coach Matia Lule Credit: © Kawowo Sports | AMINAH BABIRYE
[/media-credit] Matia Lule Credit: © Kawowo Sports | JOHN BATANUDDE

Express FC Coach Matia Lule is confident his side can cope without talisman Ibrahim Saddam Juma.

The midfielder prematurely ended his Wankulukuku stint by signing for rivals KCCA on a three-year deal with three matches to end the league a Cup semi-final lurking.

Lule, who is among the people credited with Saddam’s upbringing in football said at Express, team work ahead of individualism has always been key.

“For us in Express as team, we play as a team not individuals,” emphasized Lule. “Even without Saddam, we shall have a good replacement and create positive results,” he added.

Without revealing who exactly will take over the roles in the aftermath of Saddam’s transfer, the former defender kept his cards close to his chest.

Expect a good replacement to fill the vacuum.

Life without the former captain begins on Tuesday when the Red Eagles host Proline at Wankulukuku in the league.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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