Total CAF Champions League

First Round

Vipers SC 0-2 CS Constantine

(Constantine Advance 3-0 on aggregate)

Vipers Sports Club had a disappointing Saturday bowing out of the Total CAF Champions League at the hands of Algerian outfit Club Sportive Constantine.

Despite a brilliant start, the Vemons failed to break past CS Constantine and eventually caved in to lose the game played at St.Mary’s stadium.

The manager made three changes from the team that played against BUL FC in mid week with Bashir Asiku replacing Ibrahim Kiyemba in right back position.

Brian Nkuubi replaced injured skipper Taddeo Lwanga who didn’t make the team after failing to recover in time.

Noah Wafula also made it to the starting team starting ahead of Abraham Ndugwa.Adil Beldjilali and Mohamed Walid Bencherifa scored two goals in the second half to extinguish our hopes of progressing to the group stages.

Despite making changes by introducing Ndugwa, Davis Kasirye and Duncan Sseninde, the visitors remained resilient to deny us any chance.

The result means Vipers SC will now drop to the Total CAF Confederation Cup playoff stage where the opponent is not yet known.

Vipers SC Starting

  • Derrick Ochan
  • Bashir Asiku
  • Yayo Lutimba
  • Livingstone Mulondo
  • Halid Lwaliwa
  • Geoffrey Wasswa
  • Brian Nkuubi
  • Moses Waiswa (Abraham Ndugwa)
  • Dan Sserunkuma (Davis Kasirye)
  • Tito Okello
  • Noah Wafula (Duncan Sseninde)

2 replies on “Vipers bow out of CAF Champions League”

  1. I think zagga should come to our line up coz he is the player who can replace Moses waiswa in that role infact the would play both in that midfield!

    In them being there we can be with an identity coz the know how to pass (short and long passes) and take on opponents

  2. But where is zaga? That boy is so talented!Is he injured or there’s some other problem forcing him not to be in the line up?

    I don’t know why you would have such a talented player and not use him! As a matter of fact, I used to and still think zaga is at the same level or even better than Allan Okello of kccafc. The only difference is how the former is being handled by his manager!

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