Attention Shifts To Super League

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After the Uganda Cranes’ failure to qualify for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, attention will quickly shift to the Bell Lager Football League with four matches to be played on Tuesday.

After the Uganda Cranes’ failure to qualify for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, attention will quickly shift to the Bell Lager Football League with four matches to be played on Tuesday.
 
Table leaders Express FC will not be in action together with SC Villa, who are in Vietnam playing friendly matches. However, defending champions Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) will be up against forth placed Masaka LC at Namboole Stadium.
 
URA coach Alex Isabirye told URN reporter in a phone interview on Monday that the tax collectors need to win their game and go above Express.
 
Third placed Police FC will play away to UTODA at Wankulukuku Stadium. The other matches on the card will see Victors battling Maroons, while Simba take on Mujib Kasule’s Proline FC. US based defender on a short term loan from Richmond Kickers’, Henry Kalungi could make his debut for Proline in this fixture if his International Transfer Certificate (ITC) comes through in time. 
 
The League, sponsored by Uganda Breweries Limited with their Bell Lager brand, Eco Bank and SuperSport, has attracted 15 teams. Hoima FC was eliminated from the League by the organizers Uganda Super League Limited (USSL) after they failed to meet the requirements before the League kicked off.