Super8: Sam Ssimbwa Admits, URA Still Disorganized Ahead Of Proline Tie

Sam Ssimbwa addressing media

Uganda Revenue Authority FC head coach, Sam Simbwa admitted that his team is yet to get organized in the way he wants.

URA who lost 2-0 against Mbarara City at Kakyeka stadium in Pilsner Super8 Quarter final, are to host on form Proline fc at Mandela National Stadium Namboole tomorrow, Wednesday 14 August in classification match.


In the press briefing held at Kati Kati Restaurant Lugogo on Tuesday, 13 August, outspoken Simbwa admitted that in the tie, URA is going to be Underdogs.

Tomorrow we are going to be Underdogs” Sam said.

For us, we have been disorganized by Masaza, Bika, so don’t expect much from tomorrow’s game but we going to try our best.

“Proline is more prepared than us, they have been on continent, beat their opponents 3-0, and they have been together unlike us, who are disorganized by Masaza and Bika, as I speak , we are not going to be with Majwega and Mbowa because they have a bika game tomorrow, so we are yet to assemble the team we going to use in 2019/20 season” Sam Simbwa explained.

URA FC lost to Mbarara City and Sam had excuse that his key players were on national duty which affected the team’s performance.

Bisaso Shafiq, giving institutions at the touchline (photo: Batanudde)

However, Bisaso Shafiq, Proline’s tactician asserted that the tax collectors will give his team another test ahead of their return leg against Masters Security fc and he expects to rotate the team he used on Saturday that won 3-0 against Masters Security at Lugogo.

“I don’t want to talk about history, this is another tournament and another team we are facing, URA is a big team that will give us a good test and preparation for our continent game” Bisaso

Expect to see new faces on the pitch tomorrow, because Proline is an Academy team, means we have many players who also need to be tested against a big team, since this is a preseason tournament.” He added

New signings, Alfred Leku, and Amis Deigo Kizza are expected to start the game tomorrow.

URA FC expected to miss the services of Brian Majwega, Patrick Mbowa, Ibrahim Dada,and Hassan Kalega.

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