Following KCCA FC’s fifth consecutive loss of the season, interim head coach Jackson Magera emphasized the need for a shift in mentality and greater responsibility within the team. The most recent defeat took place on Thursday night at Lugogo, where they faced NEC and lost 2-0, with Cromwell Rwothomio playing a decisive role in securing the victory for the opposing team.
This string of defeats has left KCCA FC in a challenging position, as they now find themselves at the bottom of the 16-team StarTimes Uganda Premier League table. Coach Jackson Magera expressed his determination to confront this challenging situation during a post-match press conference.
Magera’s words were clear and resolute: “We have no choice but to fight until the last hour.” He continued, “The players need to know the level and weight of the club they are playing for and play with more responsibility.”
Hopes were high that KCCA FC would secure their first three points of the season after the previous defeats to BUL (1-0), Maroons (2-1), Express (2-1), and Kitara (3-1). However, the match against NEC did not yield the expected outcome.
“We didn’t defend with responsibility, and we also created chances, but we didn’t take them,” noted Coach Magera, reflecting on the performance.
The question arises: How does the team emerge from this challenging situation? According to Magera, “We need to change our mentality and to play with responsibility in post-moments of the game.”
KCCA FC is now faced with a demanding schedule ahead. They are set to make a long journey to West Nile for a match against Arua Hill on October 31st. This is followed by a game against reigning champions Vipers at Lugogo on November 10th. The team’s upcoming fixtures also include a trip to Busoga United and a home tie against Soltilo Bright Stars, before ultimately facing SC Villa at Wankulukuku.
The road ahead for KCCA FC is challenging, but with a shift in mentality and an emphasis on playing with greater responsibility, the team aims to turn their season around and secure positive results in the upcoming matches. The journey ahead is one of determination and resilience as they work to climb the league table and regain their winning form.
Chrisean Rock Celebrates Son’s Five-Month Birthday Amid Blueface’s Jail Stint
Chrisean Rock marked the five-month milestone of her son’s birthday with an Instagram Story post on Saturday. The celebratory selfie featured Rock holding onto her son, accompanied by the caption, “Happy 5 months papa.” Meanwhile, the child’s father, Blueface, remains incarcerated for violating probation related to a 2021 assault case, and he is expected to be in jail until July.
The exact circumstances leading to Blueface’s probation violation remain unclear. However, his mother, Karlissa Saffold, placed blame on Rock and Jaidyn Alexis, asserting on Instagram, “Jaidyn got him one charge, Rock got him the one that violated the other,” following Blueface’s self-surrender.
Amid Blueface’s jail stint, he has engaged in a feud with Soulja Boy. Last week, Rock and her son were brought into the dispute when Soulja Boy made offensive comments about them on Instagram Live. Soulja Boy targeted Rock with derogatory remarks and made inappropriate comments about her son. The feud has added another layer of drama to Blueface’s ongoing legal situation.
Stay tuned for more updates on Chrisean Rock, Blueface, and the developing events surrounding their personal lives
Police Investigate Shooting Death of Petta Police Post Boss in Tororo
Tororo police are investigating the shooting death of IP OKWELE MOSES, the officer in charge of Petta police post in Petta sub-county. Preliminary findings suggest that Sgt Ochom William Francis (No.23882), a junior officer at the same police post, shot his boss after a small quarrel, resulting in four gunshot wounds to Okwele’s stomach. Ochom, who sustained leg wounds, is admitted to Tororo General Hospital, while Okwele’s body is at Tororo Main Hospital for postmortem. Tororo district CID D/SP Batumwa Charles confirmed the incident, stating that inquiries are ongoing.