For someone who has been following the Masaza Cup tournament since 2004, they will acknowledge that Buddu have been the model club. The defending champions have been in imperious form over the years. But things have fallen apart this season. Buddu got off on a wrong footing in their opener on May 13. With Kabaka Ronald Mutebi II in attendance, Buddu could not find their rhythm as they shared spoils with the Brian Ssenyondo-coached Mawogola. Disorganization is partly to blame for the feeble season.
By Brian MugenyiMasaka — "We can stop their unbeaten run. All we need is the early goal to draw level and then we can kill it from them," 21-year-old striker Joseph Janjali said ahead of Gomba's semi-final return-leg with Buddu last Sunday. And to justify this, the Gomba striker placed the ball low in the left corner, scoring the only goal in second-half that leveled the two teams on aggregate.
MASAKA. “We can stop their unbeaten run. All we need is the early goal to draw level and then we can kill it from them,” 21-year-old striker Joseph Janjali said ahead of Gomba’s semi-final return-leg with Buddu last Sunday. And to justify this, the Gomba striker placed the ball low in the left corner, scoring the only goal in second-half that leveled the two teams on aggregate.
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