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Boris Johnson gives the go-ahead for the return of the Premier

first_imgAll this, so long as optimum well being security situations are maintained and the an infection charge is managed from right here till then. Despite the fact that Johnson made no reference to skilled sports activities yesterday whereas spelling out some of the fundamentals of his de-escalation plan, the authorities has by no means hidden his want for him to return as quickly as potential as a method to preserve citizenship at house after turning into the United Kingdom in the nation with the most deaths from coronavirus in Europe.In the afternoon assembly of the Premier League the risk of beginning or not the Restart mission might be mentioned, though in the English press it’s already feared that it might not get the 14 votes it wants from the 20 golf equipment which are lively in the first division. In accordance The Telegraph, no less than eight groups could be in opposition to a plan that, though it managed to move the filter of this assembly, nonetheless has to persuade some gamers who don’t see something clear to return to step on a discipline of play whereas the pandemic has not been contained. After the confusion brought on yesterday by the de-escalation plan introduced by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, The Premier League acquired excellent news immediately from the Authorities, and that’s that in his look in Parliament the conservative chief has given the inexperienced mild to a potential return of the competitors on June 12. The total particulars of the plan for the elite sport will, nevertheless, be revealed tomorrow, by which period the outcomes of this important assembly between the golf equipment to determine how one can remedy this season ought to be recognized.last_img read more

Stand by for the Wrath of God

first_imgWhile our leaders grant political favors to rape convicts whose crime is legally non-bailable, our victimized daughters are left out in the cold without justice. What does that tell them? That even under the rule of a female president and female judges, their attackers and abusers can still go scot free? What do their mothers tell them? That Ma Ellen says the man sick so he must go back to Lebanon? Oh mother of the nation! How do you treat your daughters this way?! A slap in the faces of our young girls and their mothers, who may now never marry them off. The shame on the faces of once proud fathers, whose beautiful daughters have been violated—and by foreigners, no less. A slap in the faces of the poor, to whom the message rings loud and clears that Justice, belongs to the highest bidder.A slap in the faces of our medical professionals, whose medical opinions are being overridden by money. And what of the girls themselves? The stigma that may never go away. “Who will marry me? Everyone knows my story. Even if I had the money to travel, I know my story. I can never run from it.”No counseling for them. Their faces and bodies will appear on internet pornography sites for sick-minded dogs to salivate over. But alas! There is one court that money cannot buy. It is the High Court of Heaven. Sue them! Sue them to the High Court of Heaven. Are these people serious? Do they want dogs to eat their flesh? Despicable beings! Have they no mothers, sisters ordaughters of their own that could suffer the same fate? Yes, forgiveness is God-like. But so is Justice. Yes, He is a God of mercy; but only to the FULLY repentant (not the case here). Let Justice fight against them. Let shame overtake them for generations to come – Those who committed the despicable acts AND those who set them free.But may the God of Heaven restore our daughters. May He remove the shame from their faces. May He send them help from His holy place. Restoration! Restoration! Restoration! We decree restoration for our children. Vindication! Vindication! Vindication! We decree vindication for our children. Comfort and Protection! We decree comfort and protection for our children.Most of all, we decree and declare hope and a future for our children. A clean slate; a new start.Have we waxed spiritual? Yes. A resounding YES! In the absence of Justice or conscience in Liberia, God is our only recourse. And a formidable Judge will He prove to be. Let the wicked stand by to taste of the cup of the wrath of God concerning the violation of His little ones. For their angels minister before Him day and night, and the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to such as these. And whoever causes one of these little ones to sin, it would be better for him were a mill stone to be to be tied around his neck and dropped into the sea. Those who have long been doing, aiding and abetting evil have messed with the wrong ones now – children. God is angry, and there will be no mercy. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Atty. Neal Wants SGBV Awareness In School

first_imgThe president of the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL), Attorney Vivian D. Neal, has called on authorities at the Ministry of Education (MoE) to include Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV) awareness in its curriculum.Atty. Neal’s statement was contained in her inaugural address as the new president of AFELL on Friday, December 6, 2019.  Along with others, Atty. Neal said over the years they have unequivocally and repeatedly recommended to the Liberian Government that SGBV awareness be put in the school curricula from elementary level so as to help prevent SGBV.“AFELL is ready to work with the Ministry of Education for crafting a syllabus. Our awareness messages should particularly focus on the children and teenagers,” she said. Atty. Vivian D. Neal was inducted as President along with Attorney Philomena Tugbe Williams as vice president; Attorney Irene N. D. Saie as secretary; Cllr. Deddeh J. Wilson as Treasurer; Atty. Joyce E. S. Tarplah as Financial Secretary and Atty. Elizabeth M. Smith as Chaplain.Speaking further, the AFELL boss added that their campaign on prevention must go to the churches, the Mosques, communities, homes and the remotest areas in the country so that no one is left behind.The female legal luminary reminded the government that despite the gains that have been made in terms of the legal architecture aimed at protecting women and girls from SGBV, there is still a lot to be done.She lamented that in 2018 alone, the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection reported more than 2,000 cases of SGBV.Looking at the statistics, the AFELL boss said the Liberian Government must be engaged on issues that will promote and advance the rights of women and children.“We will hold the government to her own policies or agenda and international instruments she has ratified that support the rights of women and girls and also promote peace and security. We need to examine whether or not government’s programs for our beneficiaries are producing the desired results, if not, then we as civil society must constructively engage the government to find the way forward,” she said.According to her, without the help of the international community, the struggle to fight sexual and gender based violence would have been much more difficult, saying their colleagues from other CSOs have also been in the vanguard in this noble crusade to alleviate the suffering of their target beneficiaries.“Yet, we need to only open the pages of our newspapers or scroll down the screen of our smartphones to recognize the enormity of the challenges still facing the rights of women today. The daunting challenges associated with SGBV are exacerbated by the tendency to compromised rape cases. This is why the incidence of rape has risen to an alarming rate.This is why some alleged perpetrators go with impunity,” she added. Atty. Neal reminded her colleagues and the government that women continue to face prejudice and discrimination at every level of the society, saying this must be brought to an end through continuous collective efforts. She wants the government commits the needed resources through budgetary support for the full implementation and sustainability of her programs on SGBV.“Pre-trial detainees continue to languish behind bars, overcrowding the prison faculties, while some perpetrators go with impunity. Access to justice for victims or survivors is still therefore a major challenge. One of the reasons is that the financial responsibility of going through the criminal justice system is left with the victims or survivors’ family to shoulder,” she further lamented.For her part, Madam Marie Goreth Nizigama, Country Representative of UN Women Liberia office who served as Guest Speaker commended AFELL for being in the front of advocacy for the promotion, protection and advancement of the rights of women, children and indigent persons in Liberia since its establishment on February 24, 1994.The UN Women boss said it is no secret that like most post-conflict countries, women, children and indigent persons face daunting challenges which lead them being deprived justice, although it is inherent rights of all citizens.“Vulnerability extends to harmful traditional practices such as female genital mutilation, gender and sexual based violence and early marriages just to name a few. Despite the enactment of a strong rape law and the high level of awareness, cases of rape continue to increase at an alarming rate. There are reports of cases being compromised,” she said.She added: “the validation of the Legal Aid Policy is very commendable and hope it will be transmitted into law. I trust that your induction today will provide hope for women in the fight to achieve equality in Liberia. We will support the Liberian Government through the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection to ensure that the women of Liberia enjoy their rights.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

New School District-60 board chair

first_imgHeather Hannaford, who has served on the Peace River North School District board for about two and half decades, has been elected chair for third time.Noting the annual trustee vote for chairperson reflects, what she calls a board belief in shared leadership, she says that’s key to working well together.- Advertisement -As for what lies ahead for District 60 this coming year, she noted first, there are always financial challenges and then talked about configuration…[asset|aid=3355|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=5a4e7e2c39e1d9eedf9853ae4c77e2e3-Heather Hannaford_1_Pub.mp3] The new chair also has some thoughts on student achievement, noting that province wide it has kind of reached a plateau.[asset|aid=3356|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=5a4e7e2c39e1d9eedf9853ae4c77e2e3-Heather Hannaford-2_2_Pub.mp3] Advertisement Hannaford adds there was conference confirmation this past weekend from Education Minister Margaret MacDiarmid, that provincial policy announcement’s will be on hold during the Liberal leadership campaign.However, the local District is confident, that especially when it comes to some of it’s ground breaking initiatives, it has the support of the Ministry, and that will continue regardless of whom becomes Education Minister under the new Premier.last_img read more

Sebastien Bourdais wins Grand Prix for third consecutive year

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LONG BEACH — Sebastien Bourdais has gone from one extreme to another. From the nightmare that was three bad days in Las Vegas, to yet another dream run in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach on Sunday. Bourdais survived three re-starts, including one with less than two minutes left in the race, to win for the third consecutive time here in front of about 90,000. Seconds after crossing the finish line, Bourdais did the customary victory donuts in his No. 1 McDonald’s ride. “It feels really good for the whole McDonald’s team,” said Bourdais, who is part of Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing. “They worked their tails off all winter. I really, really couldn’t feel any worse than what I was feeling after Vegas, making all those mistakes. “I think we worked on the car a little bit to make me a little more comfortable and we got things figured out. … We got ourselves together and we didn’t panic after Vegas, which was pretty crucial because many teams could have completely went out and fell apart and we didn’t. I’m just really glad that we stayed together and got it done here again.” Bourdais, the three-time defending series champion from France, had two poor days of qualifying, then completed only 30 laps April 8 at the Vegas Grand Prix, finishing 13th. Sunday’s win was his 24th career Champ Car victory, tying him for 12th place with Bobby Rahal. It was also Bourdais’ 36th podium in just 61 starts and he is the first driver to win three consecutive races here since Al Unser Jr. did it from 1989-92. Oriol Servia, who was driving for the injured Paul Tracy, started 14th and raced incredibly, and finished second. Will Power, who won last week in Vegas, was third, Justin Wilson took fourth, Alex Tagliani was fifth, Bruno Junqueira was sixth, Neel Jani seventh and Graham Rahal finished eighth. After Alex Figge (who finished 16th) crashed into the tires on Turn 9, the third yellow caution flag of the day came out with about six minutes to go in the 1 hour, 40-minute race. Bourdais, who started from the pole, had more than a 3-second lead over Servia at the time. The re-start came with 1:39 left, but Bourdais promptly used 11 seconds of his power-to-push horsepower and quickly pulled away from Servia, who began the re-start right on Bourdais’ tail, yet finished 2.614 seconds behind. Each driver is allotted 60 seconds of power-to-push during the race. When they hit that button, it gives them an extra boost of speed. “All the re-starts today were a little tricky,” Bourdais said. “You want to re-start the race as soon as possible, but because of the cool temperatures, every time you would slow down, at the re-start the car was sliding all over the place, especially at the hairpin. Oriol nearly collected me when I slowed the car down to make the turn.” “I was trying,” Servia said, giving jokingly to Bourdais the business in the post-race news conference as they sat side-by-side on the dais. “But I knew if I could just get the car to turn and get a good launch off the hairpin, I was safe,” Bourdais added. “I’m just glad everything turned out all right and we have kind of turned things around a little bit.” Bourdais still had 47 seconds left of power-to-push at that last re-start, but Servia had used all of his. Bourdais said there was nothing special about the use of his power-to-push seconds. “No, I think it’s always the same strategy,” said Bourdais, 28. “You use it when you need it. Up until the end of the race, I really didn’t feel like I needed to protect or to do anything. … But sometimes you make great use of it and sometimes it can’t help you at all. There is no need to melt the engine if you dont have to.” As impressive as it was for Bourdais to come back with a victory after doing so poorly last week, it was the performance by Servia that might have been most impressive. He was only driving for Forsythe Championship Racing because Tracy suffered a back injury during morning practice Saturday. “As you can well imagine, I wasn’t expecting to be here when I came on Friday,” Servia said Servia, of Spain. “I’m just very happy. I was given the opportunity and I knew the car was going to be good and the team was going to do a good job. And I wasn’t too rusty, so I knew I could do the job, too.” Power started in the front row, and early on it appeared he might stay neck-and-neck with Bourdais. But he had problems getting his car into first gear, thanks to the new paddle shifter, at the first re-start and it cost him. “I was fumbling around and I got in throttle late,” Power said. “So there was no way. I knew I was going to lose some positions. I would say I had my foot on the throttle when I went down gear, so that’s why I didn’t go down. I learned for the next time. I was expecting a good fight with Sebastien, but when I made that mistake on the re-start, it just totally finished my race.” With that in mind, Power, who races for Team Australia, was satisfied with the podium finish. With his victory last week at the Vegas Grand Prix, he still holds the series lead with 59 points. Tagliani is second with 44 and Bourdais is third with40. Power passed Tagliani on the 77th of 78 laps to take third place. Tagliani was then passed by Wilson. “I had the chance and I took it,” Power said. “It was a clean pass. And I must say, it felt like a more satisfying day than last week because it was such a hectic race for me. It was a good result in the end. Good points, I’m on the podium and we can look forward to the next race.” That would be next Sunday in Houston. — Robert Morales, (562) 499-1338, Ext. 2211robert.morales@presstelegram.comlast_img read more

‘I would rather see Ryan Giggs start this weekend!’ – Manchester United fans react to Wayne Rooney’s penalty miss

first_img Wayne Rooney missed his spot kick in the shootout 1 [View the story “‘I would rather see Ryan Giggs start this weekend!’ – Manchester United fans react to Wayne Rooney’s penalty miss” on Storify]center_img Manchester United have crashed out of the League Cup on penalties to Middlesbrough and fans have identified the reason.Wayne Rooney started on the bench but replaced James Wilson at half time before missing the first penalty in the shootout following a goalless 120 minutes at Old Trafford.And the miss has proven one misstep too far for Red Devils fans who want their captain dropped from the starting line-up immediately.See the best reaction from social media below …last_img


first_imgKayleigh Bonner is a makeup artist from Dungloe. She studied makeup artistry in LA College of Creative Arts and is now putting her skills to work as she shares her creative makeup ideas on her Facebook and Instagram.She also makes videos which break down complex techniques used in makeup artistry – teaching us all how to achieve the unique looks she pioneers.This is Kayleigh’s Donegal… (1) What is your favourite place in Donegal and why?My own home – I’m quite a home bird and I like my own comfort.(2) If you could change one thing about Donegal what would it be?More things to do in the area I live in. There’s not a lot teenagers & young people can do in the area so a cinema or an amusements place would be great. (3) Who is the one person in Donegal that you look up to and why?My dad because he’s hardworking, always guides me in the right direction & would do anything for me and my family.(4) Daniel O’Donnell or Packie Bonner?Daniel O’Donnell(5) What has been Donegal’s proudest moment in recent years? Winning the All-Ireland Final back in 2012(6) What was Donegal’s saddest moment?Probably getting beat in the All-Ireland final in 2014.(7) What is your favourite Donegal-made product? Football Special(8) Who is Donegal’s most successful businessperson in your opinion?In my opinion, my friend Lisa Colgan and her mother Anne Colgan. They’ve just opened a little boutique in Donegal Town, Get That Trend. They’ve been running this boutique online for a few years but just opened up their own boutique and they’re doing very well!Also my dad & my aunt who own Hickey, Clarke & Langan Insurance Brokers in Letterkenny. The company has come on very well and has become very successful!(9) Who is your favourite Donegal sportsperson of all time?Michael Murphy(10) What is your favourite Donegal restaurant?The Bayview Bar!(11) What is your favourite Donegal saying or expression?‘There’ll be wigs on the green’(12) Will Donegal win the All Ireland this year?Who knows? It would be a great lift if they did!(13) What is your favourite Donegal food?The Chicken & Bacon Caesar Salad from The Bayview Bar is my favourite! Their Sticky Toffee Pudding is also another one of my favourites!(14) Is there anything that really annoys you about Donegal or its people?Not really!(15) If you had a million euro to spend on improving something in Donegal, what would it be?Probably something make-up related. Like a shop for Inglot, Mac, etc. That would be a dream!(16) Where’s the most unusual place you’ve logged on to Donegal Daily?Florida!(17) Is there anything in particular that inspired you to pursue a career in makeup artistry?I used to always enjoy watching YouTube videos on make-up tutorials before college and before I even intended on even pursuing a career in it. The more I got interested in makeup, the more I then considered it as a career!(18) Is there anything about Donegal that you are very proud of?The people in the area, they always come together in a time of need which is something I’m proud of.To see her makeup looks you can follow her on Facebook and Instagram.MY DONEGAL… WITH MAKEUP ARTIST KAYLEIGH BONNER was last modified: July 11th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:dungloekayleigh bonner makeupmakeup artistMY DONEGALlast_img read more

Four Masters retain Senior Championship status with win over Glenfin

first_imgFour Masters have retained their Senior Championship status with a comfortable win over Glenfin this evening in Killygordon. Both sides came into this clash on the back of some disappointing results in the group stages of the Donegal SFC.Naturally, both were keen to gain victory to ensure their status at senior level for another season, and it was Four Masters who got it. A goal from Paddy Reid was the crucial score in this game, and with Michael Doherty in sensational form – the Donegal Town men were too hot to handle.It was a tense and tight first-half, but Four Masters led by four at the break on a score-line of 0-06 to 0-02.However, a goal early in the second-half from Reid knocked the stuffing out of Glenfin, and Four Masters powered on to record a comfortable nine point win.Four Masters will play senior football next season, while Glenfin will have one more chance to retain their status when they play the losers of Ardara and Killybegs who meet in the other relegation play-off tomorrow. Four Masters retain Senior Championship status with win over Glenfin was last modified: September 25th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal SFCGAAnewsSportlast_img read more


first_imgANNAGRY NOTES BY JIMMY DUFFY:DRESSMAKINGDressmaking classes will begin on October 7th at 7pm. The fee for this 6 week course is €50 payable on night one. The price includes materials and participants are advised to bring their own sewing machine. ARTArt Classes will be held on Saturday afternoons between 2.30pm and 4.30pm in Annagry Community Hall from October 25th.  Although this class will be taught through the medium of oils, others mediums will be accommodated. The fee for this eight week long course is €60 payable at class one.GUITARGuitar lessons for various age groups will begin on Wednesday October 15th. Junior classes (6-9 years old) at 4.30pm, Older (10-16 years old) at 5pm. Names are also being taken for interested adults, but this class will be held on a different weekday. FLY TYINGTution in the craft of Fly Tying will begin on Tuesday evening October 14th.  This 8 week long course includes line casting and is suitable for all age groups. The cost is €60 or €40 for under18s payable on night one. The classes start at 7pm.SOCIAL MEDIASocial media classes will be held on Wednesday afternoons starting on October 22nd at 2pm. This class will cover all aspects of Social Media such as email, search engines, online searching, booking and buying, twitter, facebook, scype etc. The fee for this 8 week course is €40 payable on at class one.SET DANCING A new season of Set Dancing classes will begin again on Monday October 13th at 8pm. As well as set dancing lessons, céilí dancing will also be taught. Refreshments served.CHURCH GATE COLLECTIONThe Church Gate collection in Annagry on behalf of Disabled Drivers Association amounted to €208. The DDA wish to thank all who subscribed.LOTTO There was no winner of the €2060 jackpot in the Naomh Muire Club Lotto for September 24th.  The numbers drawn were 2-11-15-16. Ciaran Gallagher Mullachdubh matched 3 numbers. The jackpot on October 1st is €2120 If you’re not in, you can’t win! The next 100+Draw is on the September 30th. All sellers are asked to ensure their subs are all up to date and with the co-ordinator by Sunday evening September 28th.SYMPATHYSympathy of the community is extended to the family, relatives and friends of Winnie Bonner Cloughglass, Patrick Friel Carrick, Peggy Curran Gortahork, Teresa Ward Keadue, Teresa McGonagle late of Tessie’s Bar Meenaleck and Dungloe. May they rest in peace.NOEL MCBRIDECongratulations to local boxer Noel McBride who won the Connaught Championships last weekend.ART BOXThe breakfast ARTBOX will return to the CDP on Monday October 6th 2014. This is a group open to parents/carers with young children where they can come along to meet and make friends whilst getting involved in some creative art activities. The cost per session is €2 and refreshments are included in this price.HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULARThe Old Railway Walk committee are getting organised for their now annual “Halloween Spooktacular” which will be held on Friday 24th at 7.30. This year the event will see the introduction of The Rosses Pumpkin Master where individuals will be awarded prizes based on their pumpkin carving skills. Mary Rodgers to do a free pumpkin carving demonstration at St Columba’s Community Centre, Acres on Thursday evening October 23rd at 7pm and children/adults who wish to enter the competition will then have the opportunity to carve their pumpkins. All children need an adult supervisor/parent on the evening due to the use of sharp tools and knives which will be used. Details to follow.DD LOCAL: JIMMY DUFFY’S ANNAGRY COMMUNITY NEWS was last modified: October 2nd, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Annagry newsDonegal Dailylast_img read more

Proline, Vipers get Super 8 underway

first_img Tags: edward gololaPilsner Super 8proline fcShafick Bisasovipers sc Proline FC are one of the two newly promoted sides taking part in the Super 8. (PHOTOS/File)Pilsner Super 8 2019Proline FC vs Vipers SCStarTimes Stadium, LugogoWednesday, 31-07-2019LUGOGO – Proline FC and Vipers SC will clash in the opening game of the 2019 Plisner Super 8 at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo on Wednesday afternoon.Proline are taking part in the competition as one of the two newly promoted sides and are hoping to use the competition as they continue preparations for their upcoming continental engagements.Shafick Bisaso’s side won the 2018/19 Uganda Cup crown and automatically qualified to participate in the CAF Confederations cup where they will take on Malawi’s Masters Security on the 10th of August.Despite the fact that they won the cup last season, they head into Wednesday’s fixture as overwhelming underdogs. Proline are only making their return to the top tier after spending last season in the FUFA Big League, one they eventually won.For Vipers, the Pilsner Super 8 is a chance to win another title.The Venoms endured a disappointing season, last, and will be eager to set the record straight with a good run in the pre-season tournament.Last season, they finished second behind KCCA FC in the league, lost to Proline in the quarter finals of the Uganda Cup and exited both the CAF Champions League and Confederations Cup in their early stages.Vipers finsihed second in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League, last season.They have already made four major signings in Rashid Toha, Allan Kayiwa, Pual Willa and Siraje Ssentamu, in a move to strengthen thier ranks.Coming up against Proline, they know that nothing but a victory will be welcomed and they will enter into the game with the pressure cooker weighing heavily on their side.What they are saying ahead of the gameShafick Bisaso, Proline FC“We are happy that we have another title in front of us to try and win.“We won the double last season but that is now behind so we have to concentrate on what is ahead of us.“Vipers SC is one of the best sides in the country in the last few years and with the Confederations cup just around the corner, what better way to test our progress.“It is going to be a very difficult game but we believe we can once again pull off another shock against them.Edward Golola, Vipers SC“Our season is starting on Wednesday and we are very much looking forward to the game against Proline.“They beat us last season in the Uganda cup and it is something that we want to put right.Team NewsProline is expected to hand several of their new signings debuts on Wednesday including former Venom, Hamis Diego Kiiza, Kiiza spent the second half of last season at Vipers SC before he was let go of in June.For Vipers, goalkeeper Bashir Ssekagya who missed most of last season through injury returns. Tom Masiko, Allan Kayiwa and Paul Willa are on national duty with the Uganda Cranes and won’t be considered for this game. New signings, Rashid Toha and Denis Mwemezi are also doubtful while Henry Kitegenyi may make his debut for the Venoms since joining from Kansai Plascon FC last month. Frank ‘Zaga’ Tumwesigye is back from loan at Express and is available for selection as well as newly promoted youngsters Ahmed Amayo and Karim Watambara from our feeder St Mary’s Kitende.Match StatsThis will be the 9th meeting between the two sides since April 2013.In the previous 8 match-ups, Vipers have won 5, Proline 2 with the other ending in a 2-2 draw.The two sides met in the Uganda Cup last season with Bisaso’s side winning the game 2-1 in extra-time.Heading into the game, the Venoms have won two of their four games away to Proline, drawing one and losing the other.Golola’s side have never failed to score away to Proline, netting 9 times in the four fixtures.The other Pilsner Super 8 fixtures-August 2: Mbarara City Vs URA FC-August 4: Onduparaka Vs Tooro United-August 6: Proline FC Vs VipersComments last_img read more

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