Last week, BULFC defeated Proline 2-0 in the first leg of the quarter-finals match which gave them an upper hand to progress to the second stage of the competitions.
BULFC have qualified for the Uganda cup semi-finals after
defeating Proline FC with 2-1 goals.
Last week, BULFC defeated Proline 2-0 in the first leg of the
quarter-finals match which gave them an upper hand to progress to the second stage
of the competitions.
On Monday, Proline also increased their chances of qualifying to
the next stage after a goal from Ivan Ocholit in the first half played at the
Kyabazinga Stadium in Jinja. However, BULFC contained the game and managed to
progress to the semi-finals.
BULFC’s head coach, Alex Isabirye hailed his players for
progressing to the next stage but, he stresses that he is still testing each player’s
capability to earn him victory in the remaining games.
“I have just made one month at this club and I haven’t had enough
time with the players, as some of them had never played any game ever since the
season began, but, I am scrutinizing them to ensure that, we are capable of
winning the remaining games,” he says.
Meanwhile Proline’s head coach, Anthony Bongole says that, after losing
their chances in the Uganda cup, they have resolved to shift their focus to the
“The boys gave in their best both in the first and second leg
games, but we failed to qualify to the next stage, however, not all is lost and
we shall since refocus our energies to the big league,” he says.