Mengo City plot to arrest winless run against Crown

Thursday December 6 2018

Redemption: Mengo City’s Najib Muwonge (L) in

Redemption: Mengo City’s Najib Muwonge (L) in action. PHOTO BY GEORGE KATONGOLE 

By George Katongole

KAMPALA. Mengo City forward Sadique Sekyembe reveals that players are trying to sort out their current run of poor form in the Futsal Super League.
Mengo City, who were last year’s runners-ups have lost three games and find themselves in relegation trouble with just six points.
They have the chance to arrest the slump against red hot leaders Crown, who have lost just once.
Ssekyembe, a student at Nkozi University hopes a pep talk after last week’s 4-1 loss to Typhoons can do the trick.
“Everyone is unhappy with our form but we had a crisis meeting last week and hope everyone takes responsibility,” the 20-year-old on the radar of KCCA FC, said.
But crown remain the team to beat with quick passing and free scoring players in their fold.
The biggest threat to Mengo City, formerly KSPG, is the attacking trio of Joseph Bukenya, Shafic Mulangira and Iddi Babu.
Parakeets, who have an eye on the top in case Crown slump, will take on Equator, who smart from an 8-2 humbling by Crown last week.

Playing today, IFC Mengo
Yap Stars vs. Yeak, 6pm
Parakeets vs. Equator, 7pm
Elephants vs. Nomad, 7pm
Kabowa Utd vs. Park, 8pm
Aidenal vs. Typhoon, 9pm
Crown vs. Mengo, 9pm