Asubo-Gafford Ladies Football Club and Tooro Queens WFC are to battle for the remaining slot in FUFA Women Super League season 2020/21.
The two queens from different regions of the pearl of Africa are to meet today at FUFA Technical Center Njeru at 12PM.
Tactician from both sides, believe that they are set and ready for the game.
“We have been preparing for a while and my girls are really ready for them game, and I hope we have all it takes to win this game, because our immediate target was to get promoted to Super league.” Kayinda Mustafa told this website though he won’t be on touchline because he tested positive for COVID-19.
About him not being on touchline, he had this to comment.
“True I won’t be on touchline but my players do follow the instructions and I have another one who will sit in for me as I also give more updates via internet.”
Rogers Ayesiga, the Tooro Queens tactician also gave his view on Monday fixture.
“We have prepared well and all my players are fit and ready for the game. The main challenge we mighty face is the playing turf since we have been used to the natural grass but we have nothing to do, we shall work hard and try to control and contain all conditions.”
The game is to be handled by Ronald Madanda as center referee and is to be assisted by Lydia Nantabo Wanyama and Jane Mutonyi as the first and second assistant.
Players to determine winner on the day
Asubo-Gafford Ladies FC will base much on their skipper Shakirah Mutibwa’s experience and brilliancy in middle of the park, Sheebah Zalwango, Nulu Nakyanzi, Nakato Mariana and League’s top scorer (7goals) Apolot Janat.
Tooro Queens, have Winnie Babirye who has featured in all FUFA Women Elite League seasons but with different clubs, Midfield gem, Maggie Kayima, U17 national team defender Sumayiya Komuntale and Joan Ainebyona.
The winner between the two shall join the first two teams in Isra Soccer Academy and Makerere University WFC who qualified direct to Super league.