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Sadam Juma scores a beauty as KCCA destroys Moroccans

Sadam Juma celebrates after scoring as KCCA FC destroyed FUS Rabat 3-1 at Lugogo on Sunday. PHOTO BY KCCA MEDIA


KCCA FC ?? 3  FUS Rabat ??  1
Rivers Utd 0 Club Africain 2

July 7
Africain v KCCA, & FUS v Rivers 11pm

Johannesburg, South Africa | AFP |  Midfielder ace Sadam Juma showed why KCCA FC went out of the way to sign him mid-season with a beauty goal Sunday that sealed a decisive 3-1 victory for the Kampala side over visiting Moroccans FUS Rabat.

The victory puts Mike Mutebi’s KCCA FC joint top of Group A, and firmly back in the running for a CAF Confederation Cup quarter-finals place with a final game against Club Africain left.

“Juma’s first goal! Technique, timing & execution – manager Mutebi’s dream,” is how sports journalist Andrew Mwanghuya described the KCCA FC performance on twitter.

Another veteran sports journalist Ahmed Hussein added: “Saddam Juma’s goal a beauty to watch anytime to kill off serious stress, ” while Sadam Juma is a gem. Such a joy to watch.”

Ex-international David Obua said: “told people before, about Coach Mike Mutebi and these wonderful players! Sadam Juma, Mutyaba and the skillful Nunda will mesmerise you.”

Mark Namanya summed it up this way: “KCCA playing sexy football at Lugogo. Moroccan side Rabat dont know what has hit them. The combo of Juma-Mutyaba-Nunda is purism personified.”

Club Africain shocks Rivers United

It was a great day for Tunisia in the Confederation Cup as Club Africain ended a run of nine home wins in Group A by winning 2-0 away to Rivers United of Nigeria to go top.

Manoubi Haddad scored direct from a free-kick after 63 minutes in wet Port Harcourt and Rivers captain Festus Austine deflected a low cross into his net two minutes from time.

Kampala Capital City Authority of Uganda trail Club Africain on goal difference after an impressive 3-1 home triumph over 2010 Confederation Cup winners FUS Rabat of Morocco.

Geoffrey Sserunkuma gave Kampala a half-time lead that was stretched to three goals by Saddam Juma and Isaac Muleme before Lamine Diakite grabbed a late consolation goal.

Club Africain and Kampala have nine points and FUS and Rivers six, leaving all four teams in contention ahead of the final fixtures next Friday.

Standings (played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points)

Africain      5 3 0 2 9 6 9

KCCA          5 3 0 2 7 8 9

FUS           5 2 0 3 7 6 6

Rivers        5 2 0 3 5 8 6



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