By Kiyimba Bruno

All is set for Saturday, November 19 at Mandela National Stadium. The finalists have come out roaring. Each has a good reason to believe they deserve to win this year’s title.

Titi Kamara, the coach of Kampala University (KU) is playing his second UFL grand finale. The last time he played at this stage he managed to win the trophy.

Currently Kamara is going into this game with all players at their peak. The strikers are too good. However the defence has conceded three goals from the quarter finals up to today, as compared to their opponents Nkumba who have conceded only one goal.
Nkumba University under coach Patrick Ssebuliba, who is also the sports tutor of Nkumba university are coming into the game without a trophy.


However they have been consistently having one of the strongest teams in the university football league.

After selling Gasser Mugerwa to Orlando Pirates in South Africa, Ssebuliba replaced him with Wasswa Emmanuel who is their goal scoring machine. We can say Nkumba University is strong behind though still lacks in the striking.

Speaking during the press conference at Katikati restaurant in Kampala, Mr Mulira, the assistant to Ssebuliba said; “Kampala University has been praying that they play Nkumba during the final game. Now is the time to separate boys from men”.

On Saturday the classification game for the 3rd place will be played first between Makerere university and Uganda martyrs university Nkozi at 1:00pm before the grand finale at exacty4:00pm at Namboole.