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Bunnamwaya humiliates Elman 4-0

[Posted 29 Jun 2011]
[By Charles Malingha]
Bunnamwaya humiliates Elman 4-0

Uganda’s Bunamwaya F.C  made an incredible start by humiliating  Elman of Somalia 4-0 in the Kagame Castle Lager CECAFA Cup yesterday.

It was the biggest winning margin in group B that also includes El Merreikh of Sudan and Young Africans of Tanzania.

The former Ugandan champions had to wait until the 37th minute to crack a stubborn Elman side that occasionally proved a threat through Abubaker Abdikarim.

However, Robert Kimuli stunned the Somalian side with the opening goal at Dar es Salaam national stadium.

Bunamwaya later had to adopt long balls to counter Elman and it paid off with Luwaga Kizito, Ronald Muganga and Ayub Kisaliita scoring vital goals that dispatched the Somalis.

Coach Edward Golola later stated that his side would be prepared for El Mereikh on Thursday:

"We do not respect El Merreikh at all. All of us are champions. If my boys stay focused we shall win the match," vowed Golola.

Elman coach Yusuf Ali Nur attributed his heavy loss to lack of good preparations because of fighting in Mogadishu.

"We did not have enough training. We just trained for one day from one place and run again. We are here for the love of CECAFA."


Five Bunnamwaya players have in a space of two days been involved in nine goals after they inspired the club to a 4-0 thrashing of Elman in the Cecafa Club Championships yesterday.

Midfielders Mike Mutyaba and Owen Kasule, defenders Ronald Seku, Ayub Kisalita and Habib Kavuma were all involved in Uganda Kobs’ 5-1 mauling of Kenya in the All Africa Games qualifier in Nairobi on Monday.

Coach Edward Golola threw them straight into the fray and they hardly disappointed in the club’s first match and maiden Cecafa campaign in Dar es Salaam.

Goals from skipper Robert Kimuli, Kizito Luwagga, Ronald Muganga and Kisalita earned the Ugandan side a much-deserved triumph.




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