Referee Deogratius Opio (holding the ball) Credit: David Isabirye

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SC Villa coaches Wasswa Bbosa and Paul Mukatabala are adamant the four match ban to the former won’t affect the team’s title charge.

Bbosa, just like his Vipers counterpart Miguel Da Costa were slapped with bans for unsporting conduct.

With six games remaining, Mukatabala, Bbosa’s assistant will take charge on match days.

“For us, Bbosa and I, there is no head coach,” said Mukatabala, “We treat each other as equals, with respect and anyone of us can do the same job on the bench,” he added in an interview with Daily Monitor.

Of course we would have loved my colleague to be on the bench with us but now that he is not, we have to move on and I’m positive it will not affect out title challenge.

Mukatabala also says the players are aware of what is at stake at the moment and would love to make history by winning the elusive 17th title.

Our players know what is at stake and we want to keep the focus, especially after not picking any point from our match with Vipers. They want to be remembered as ones that won the 17th league title.

Bbosa also believes a ban from the bench and not the training ground won’t affect the team’s performance.

They have banned me from the bench, and not the training ground. We train together with my colleague Paul (Mukatabala) and whatever I can do on the bench, he can also do.

Bbosa was banned for confronting referee Deogratius Opio, who was in charge of Villa’s 2-0 win over Soana at Kavumba.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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