It should be noted that Mulindwa’s somehow state-of-the-art stadium at Kitende is the only presentable stadium Uganda has, currently. Uganda Cranes, too, uses Vipers’ stadium.
Our state ministers are often busy men since Museveni came to power. A few journalists have interviewed them. We would know what is taking place inside Namboole, and Nakivubo stadiums.
Express FC players would fight tooth and nail, to beat Vipers on Sunday, 26th had they today progressed to Sunday’s Uganda Cup finals. Thanks to the visible laziness and fatigue among Express players, at Njeru Technical Centre.
Their loss to Bul was to reward Viper’s Mulindwa for allowing them use his St Mary’s Stadium to host Sudan’s Al Merriekh recently in CCL, we [experts] think. Two trophies were enough for Wasswa Bbosa.
It should be remembered that Express are the current Uganda Premier League, and CECAFA Kagame Cup Champions.
Winning Uganda Cup could elevate them to a huge honour, becoming the first Club in Uganda’s history to win three major trophies in one season. Mulindwa has slept a happy man today.
PREDICTION: Wasswa Bbosa’s troubles may enlarge next season. We must pray for him. Vipers will beat Busoga’s Bul FC, to take trophy on Sunday, September, 26. Honoured sportsman, Lawrence Mulindwa, rewarded. Thank you Express.