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June 16, 2024

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Bbosa and Kambale named May’s best of the Uganda Premier league

Express FC head coach Wasswa Bbosa and striker Eric Kambale have been named beat coach and best player of May respectively in the Uganda Premier league.

Express who had a stellar month of May played five games and won all five of them maintaining a 100% record.

This form saw the Red eagles head into the break with a one point advantage at the top of the league table.

Coach Wasswa Bbosa beat off competition from URA’s coach Sam Simbwa and Wakiso Giant’s Douglas Bamweyana.

Bbosa speaking at winning the award that comes with a plaque for a souvenir and shs 1,000,000 million said that he outrightly deserves this award.

“This award has been long overdue. I believe I could have won it long time. I want to thank my fellow technical committee members, management, players and the fans for the collective effort. This is motivation as we look towards the final bend in the season.”Bbosa said.

The Red Eagles had another winner in the awards that happened at Kati Kati restaurant in Kampala in Eric Kambale.

The striker has been in sensational form which saw him earn a call up to the national team, the Cranes in the 3-2 loss friendly game against South Africa.

The striker netted an impressive 8 goals besides bagging two man of the match awards.

He had to see off competition from the same teams just as his coach. Viane Ssekajjugo of Wakiso Giants and Stephen Mukwala were his competitors.

Kambale thanked everyone that had helped him to clinch this gong.

“It is a big honour to win the Pilsner player of the month of May. I want to thank my fellow players, coaches for pushing me.” Kambale said.

In attendance was the Uganda Premier League CEO Bernard Bainamani who called upon the concerned parties to work hand in hand as the league nears the end.

“I call upon for fair play so as to ensure fair competition in the final bend of the league. During the final bend, pressure mounts in various parties. We call upon all parties involved to control their emotions. We want to complete this league sportingly unlike the previous season where the COVID-19 pandemic cut us short. Concerning the inter-district movements, we shall liaise with relevant enforcement authorities.” Bainamani said.

The Uganda premier league is expected to resume from a two weeks break on the 15th of June 2021 with four games to go