The Observer (Kampala)

5 December 2012

Uganda: Observer Locker - Is the Cecafa Cup a Hit or Miss for Ugandan Football?

The ongoing Cecafa Cup has been welcomed with mixed feelings from the junkies.

Talemwa: Apart from the low turn-up of fans, I think the tournament is has been OK.

Kakaire: I've never seen unpatriotic football fans like these ones in Kampala. Had some games taken place at Bugembe stadium, the Basoga would have poured in and filled the stadium.

Ssekika: That's absurd of you, Kakaire...Did you want the games to be played in a potato field?

Kakaire: But Namboole isn't any different from a cultivated sugarcane plantation.

Eupal: For me I've been impressed by the resurgence of Brian Umony...That guy had been written off but has proven critics wrong.

Sebugwawo: You guys love misusing words... How can you call it resurgence against likes of Ethiopia and South Sudan? Where was he against Zambia?

Kabuye: Players need such matches to build their confidence and on current form, he will destroy teams in the World Cup qualifiers.

Mbanga: Those two boys Oloya and Ochaya are really talented. How I wish they start every Cranes game.

Eupal: I have a feeling Uganda will win this tournament.

Sebugwawo: Is that in any doubt?

Lubwama: Be aware of Rwanda. It's our bogey team.

Kakaire: Wake up Lubwama, Tanzania eliminated them.

Ssekika: Spare the old man...Politics and court have taken their toll.

Sebugwawo: If I had my way, I would rename the Cecafa Cup, Mulindwa Cup because it's the only tournament he can win.

Lubwama: Whatever Mulindwa did to you, it's worth investigating.

Musasizi: Sebugwawo is an attention-seeker...he will stop talking trash the day he meets Mulindwa.

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