Maroons Football Club: We are working as a unit to get more clean sheets in the remaining matches

Maroons Football Club goalkeeping coach KenRogers Tezigwa is primed towards ensuring more clean sheets for the Prisons funded entity.

Already with five clean sheets in as many as 21 matches, Tezigwa believes everything is achievable in the next 9 games as the Uganda Premier League reaches its final bend.

We are working as a unit to ensure that Maroons Football Club gets more clean sheets in the remaining matches and this is achievable. Football is collectively played with the first line of defence in attack. A lot is being worked upon to deliver the results and we wind down the league” Tezigwa notes.

The Maroons FC goalkeeping department has experienced goalkeeper Hannington Ssebwalunyo and Emmanuel Akol who are used interchangeably.

The would be third choice goalkeeper Ronald Mutebi is now a disgruntled party after the former Nkumba University, Express and Bright Stars goalkeeper fell out with head coach Douglas Bamweyana.

David Isabirye | Kawowo SportsKenRogers Tezigwa

Maroons still has 9 more games before the climax of the league; Wakiso Giants (away), Maroons (home),Vipers (away), Express (home), Police (away), Kyetume (away), URA (home), SC Villa (away) and will wind down the league with a home contest against Mbarara City on Saturday, 23rd May 2020 at their Luzira Prisons fortress.

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