Magala tempers celebrations after BUL table toppers upset Vipers

Uganda Premier League: BUL 1 Vipers 0

despite moving above of Uganda Premier League qualification, insists BUL assistant coach James Magala is not yet time to celebrate.

BUL shocked defending champions Vipers 1-0 on Wednesday at the refurbished Namboole Stadium.

“wWe’ve already beaten them twice. which It’s a big boost. But the league is not complete. Have plus three games to go which we have to handle ourselves very well,Magala pointed out.

“W.We control the game. it was a little hard although we managed to get used to the countryside later,Magala pointed out.

BUL rose to the top with 49 points after rivals Kitara dropped points at home to Mbarara City in a 1-1 draw in Masindi. The chasing group Kitara, Vipers and SC Villa have 48, 46 and 45 points respectively.

The Jinja-based team also recorded their first double over the Vipers in the league following their 3-2 win in Kitende.

Jerome Kirya scored the most important goal in the 27th minute after a good pass from Alex Kitata to Nicholas. Mwere’s Long ball.

BUL left without head coach Abbey Kikomeko WHO He was serving a one-match suspension after being sent off in the 1-0 defeat against NEC in Lugogo.

Despite the damaging loss to Vipers odds coach Richard Wasswa remains optimistic that they will quickly overcome this setback.

“wmy No give in enough. But we also had some opportunities No use. we are going to come back and we rectify our mistakes and we will recover a better side,Wasswa pointed out.

The match between BUL and Vipers was one of the two matches played yesterday in Namboole that served as part of the test matches before the official reopening of the stadium.

This It is one of the CAF requirements before installation is given green light to host international games.