August 8, 2022

Express visit wounded Paidha Black Angels | Stanbic Uganda Cup

By Clive Kyazze

Express have not won any silverware since 2012, when they lifted the league title, they last won the Stanbic Uganda Cup in 2007.

A quest for another silver is upon the 10 time winner of the competition when they visit Paidha Black Angels at the Green light stadium in Arua.

Paidha are currently struggling for their lives in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League, they sit bottom of the 16 log with just one win to their name in 12 league outings. They have lost their last four home games in the league, Express have lost their last two games on the road.

Express defeated Paidha 3-1 at the Green light Stadium in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League, a tie defender John Revita wasn’t part of but he is currently a strong pillar in Kefa Kisala’s team. But he knows a thing or two about how big the tie is much as they are missing a few players as the team travels to West Nile.

“It is not going to be an easy game because we miss crucial players,” Revita told the club website. “The boys are determined and are ready to give their all so that we come back with a win,” added the player who is likely to make his competition debut.

The former Bukavu Dawa defender has not ruled out the issue of pressure especially with the current Express administration trying to change things around and expect results from the team.

“Pressure is of course there. Express is a big team and it’s the first game so pressure is there but the players can handle it. The coaches are training us to handle it (pressure),” he said.

At this stage of the competition, a game goes straight to penalties in case normal time ends in a draw, Express want to finish the job early enough.

“Penalties! The truth is that we should kill off the game in 90 minutes because when it goes to penalties any team can win,” said the Ronaldinho look alike.

There will be more 24 games to be played on Sunday, Onduparaka will travel east to play Busia Young, while Kirinya Jinja SSS will be in the west to play Mbarara FC.

Police will host Boma at Lugogo, while at Namboole JMC Hippos will visit URA, Ndejje Lions will host Kansai Plascon. Nyamityobora and Bright Stars will play East Land and Kazo Excel respectively.

Sunday 23rd December 2018 fixtures
Akadot FC Vs Kitara FC
Admin FC Vs Doves All Starts
Bumate FC Vs Ntinda FC
BUL FC Vs Kataka FC
U touch Vs Mvara Boys FC
Kyetume FC Vs UPDF FC
Free Stars FC Vs Edgar
Busia Young FC Vs Onduparaka FC
St Stephen FC Vs Budondo FC
Soroti FC Vs Synery FC
Bukedea TC FC Vs Dove F
Tooro UTD Vs Entebbe FC
Kigezi FC Vs Kiboga Young
Calvary FC Vs Kabale Sharp FC Midigo
Mbarara FC Vs Kirinya Jinja SSS
Bright Stars FC Vs Kazo Excel
East Land FC Vs Nyamityobora
Kireka UTD FC Vs New Villa
Nkambi Coffee FC Vs Koboko Rising Stars
Police FC Vs Boma
URA FC Vs JMC Hippos
Ndejje Univ FC Vs Kansai Plascon
Nebbi Central FC Vs CATDA
Kira UTD FC Vs St Marys

Monday 24th, December fixtures
Proline FC Vs Light SS
Wakiso Giants FC Vs Vision

Wednesday 26th, 2018
Vipers SC Vs Rusekere Growers
KCCA FC Vs Amuka Bright Stars

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