Ssimbwa: Sofapaka was denied two clear penalties

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A brace from Robert Omunuk reduced Ezekiel Okare's opener to a consolation as Batoto ba Mungu went home empty handed

Sofapaka coach Sam Ssimbwa has faulted poor officiating as the main reason that led to his team's defeat against Nakumatt.

A brace from Robert Omunuk reduced Ezekiel Okare's opener to just a consolation as Batoto ba Mungu went home empty handed. Speaking after the match, the Ugandan coach felt his side was beaten unfairly.

"Justice has not been served by the referee, first he denies us two clear penalties and goes ahead to allow an offside goal to stand. I have no problem with us losing, this is football where you expect a win, draw or a lose, but when you lose unfairly it hurts.

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"Sometimes things like this demoralizes the team, but we live to fight another, and we believe we still have what it takes to win the league."

The 2009 league champions are placed in the sixth position with 23 points.

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