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Kabale University Coach Optimistic Despite Current Standings in Pepsi University Football League



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Farouk Nsubuga, the coach of Kabale University, remains confident about his team’s prospects in the Pepsi University Football League, despite currently being placed third in Group A after securing four points in four games.

For Kabale University to progress, they must win all remaining matches and rely on Uganda Martyrs University and Bugema University to drop points.

“We are in a challenging position, but there’s still hope to advance to the next round. We have no choice but to give our best and deliver,” Nsubuga stated.

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“I strongly believe we can turn things around, starting from Wednesday,” Nsubuga expressed.

“We need to define our game plan clearly and execute it with confidence on the field,” he added.

Kabale University is set to clash with University of Kisubi (Unik) on Wednesday, November 1, 2023, at the Entebbe Campus Sports Grounds.

Jesse Lukoki, the Unik coach, is determined to present a tough challenge to Kabale University.

“I expect my players to stay focused. Considering we managed to secure a point against Uganda Martyrs, I know the Kabale team will be in high spirits,” Lukoki commented.

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In other news from the Pepsi University Football League, MUBS played out a goalless draw against Victoria University in a Tuesday match held at Nakawa.

This result maintains MUBS at the top of Group B with ten points, while Islamic University in Uganda holds the second spot with 6 points. YMCA sits third with four points, and Victoria University remains at the bottom with two points.

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