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Kajoba commends predecessor

Fred Kajoba has commended his predecessor Edward Golola for laying the foundation that gave him his first league title as coach.

Vipers were declared league champions for the 2019/20 campaign with the league still having five games to play but the current lockdown due to Coronavirus couldn’t allow.

“I am delighted with first league title as a coach. It has been a long wait but finally, it arrived.”

“We would have loved to win it sportingly by concluding all games but again, we are table leaders as per rules and you can’t take it away from us.

“I commend my players, technical staff, management and the previous coaches (Golola and Wasswa) for they laid a foundation that we built on.”

Fufa based on Article 18 (ii) of Fufa’s competition rules on failure to complete the league due to force majeure states that “where all the clubs in the league have completed the first round fixtures but less than 75% league games have been played, the table standings at the end of the first round shall be considered as the final table standing of the league.”

Vipers were leading table standings by four points at 54, with KCCA second with five matches left to go. Tooro United, Proline – all on 22 points – and Maroons, 24, have been relegated as per table standings.

Kajoba has been in charge at the Venoms for only seven games winning 3, drawing as many and losing one.

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