By Frank Kamuntu
Kampala Capital City Authority is no longer a competing team in CAF Confederations Cup after it was hammered 4-1 by Algeria’s Paradou AC during the return leg of the playoff played at the Stade 5 Juillet in Algiers, on Sunday, under chilly conditions.
Allan Okello had saved KCCA by scoring the consolation for the home team at some stage as the game heated up but Paradou AC still regained their lead through Abdelkhadar Khadri’s free-kick.
KCCA fell to two other goals in the second half and were thus eliminated 4-1 on aggregate since the first leg in Kampala had ended goal-less.
Following Proline’s earlier defeat, there will not be any representative for Uganda in the treasured group stages of the continental football competition.
Proline lost 2-0 to Libya’s Al Nasr at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo during the return leg after the first leg had ended two-all in Alexandria.
The Kasasiro boys were headed with a line up of 11 led by Lukwago (Captain, GK), Samuel Kato, Peter Magambo, Fillbert Obenchan, Kizza Mustafa, Gift Ali, Muzamiru Mutyaba, Jackson Nunda, Allan Okello, Mike Mutyaba, Saadat Anaku
With Substitutes of Jamil Malyamunugu (GK), Nicolas Kasozi, Achai Herbert, Hassan Musana, Musa Ramadhan, Eric Ssenjobe, Simon SserumkumaAttachments area