Sports Club Vipers defender Nicholas Wadada is confident the club will end their 3-year wait for the Super League title. The Buikwe side sit on top of the FUFA Super league that can trace its roots back to 1968 when the National First Division League was established on 44 from 23 games, and Wadada is sure they can stay there.
“Any team who is top of the league at this stage deserves to be there,” the 22-year-old Uganda Cranes fullback says.
“This is a difficult league with a lot of tough games, but I think we can stay there. Everyone involved here loves it and wants to win the league badly.”
“KCC has too games in hand but what we have to do is win our games and not think about theirs.
The 2009-10 champions are not in action on Tuesday 1st April match day 24 while as KCC the league’s defending champions are currently lying 3rd with 40 points, having played just 20 games and will move with a single point of the leaders if they beat unpredictable Entebbe at the Mutesa II stadium in Wankulukuku.
At Nakivubo Stadium, Bright Stars host Proline.
Tues, 1st April 2014
Entebbe Vs KCC – Wankulukuku Stadium (4:30 pm)
Bright Stars Vs Proline – Nakivubo Stadium (4:30 pm)