In Summary
  • The journalists’ last encounter was a 4-3 defeat to the Fufa President’s XI – a team full of ex-internationals that is captained by Fufa boss Moses Magogo.
  • Uspa striker Mark Namanya’s involvement will be a game-time decision as he recovers from a cold but Shaban Lubega, Ndyamuhaki Emanzi and Peter Tabu are a potent threat.

Kampala. Uganda Sports Press Association (USPA) will be underdogs when they line up against Members of Parliament (MPs) at StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo today morning.
The 7am kick-off will see the parliamentarians start as favourites.

They have been undergoing intense training for the last two months under coach Tom Lwanga and the team is approaching peak condition ahead of the East African Inter-Parliamentary Games to be held in Burundi later this month.

Usuk legislator Peter Ogwang has particularly looked sharp upfront and will lead the line with service expected to come from Allan Ssewanyana, Hamison Obua, Ssemujju Nganda and Mohammed Nsereko.

But Uspa, despite a period of inactivity, are a team famed for grinding results out of nothing.
The journalists’ last encounter was a 4-3 defeat to the Fufa President’s XI – a team full of ex-internationals that is captained by Fufa boss Moses Magogo.

Uspa striker Mark Namanya’s involvement will be a game-time decision as he recovers from a cold but Shaban Lubega, Ndyamuhaki Emanzi and Peter Tabu are a potent threat.