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Pepsi UFL: St. Lawrence’s Nnono wary of adept MUBS

By Allan Damba
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St. Lawrence University (SLAU) will be keen on assuming an early advantage as they host Makerere University Business School (MUBS) in the first leg of the Pepsi University Football League semi-finals at the Kavule grounds on Tuesday.

However, SLAU’s head coach Nnono Ssozi has warned his side against a lackluster performance against the two-time champions.

“MUBS are ultimate favourites given how they have played throughout the tournament,” said Nnono on Monday.

“They have won all of their games this season and they have very good players and a very rich history as far as this competition is concerned so I think we are going to have the game of our lives.”

“But, I am confident that we shall do well. The only time we have met was in our debut season in 2017 and they beat us home and away in the group stages.”

“Since that time we have greatly improved and were runners-up in the previous edition,” Nnono added.

SLAU have played four successive semi-finals and went all the way to the final in the past edition where they lost to Uganda Christian University, and Nnono feels this is their time.

“We shall be careful as we play them. MUBS are a threat, but ultimately our aim is to lift the trophy this season having been first runners-up last season and second runners-up the season before.”

“It’s going to be a good game and we are looking forward to it,” Nnono noted.

Meanwhile, MUBS have not made it to the semi-final stage since 2017 when they lost in the final to Uganda Martyrs University, but head coach Ali Zinda is optimistic about making it past the last four this time around.

“I think our team has been the best in the league so far and we are looking forward to maintaining that,” Zinda noted before adding.

“Despite the challenge with the quarter-final, we still have the same energy and I am confident we shall continue with our good results.”

MUBS survived a quarterfinal scare against Kyambogo University, the former needed a boardroom decision to sail to the semi-finals after the latter had ejected them.

Kyambogo fielded an impersonator during the second leg with a nonstudent goalkeeper Amir Serugo playing as Andrew Ahebwomugisha.

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