Will Busoga Province manage the Oligoi International stadium Fufa Drum heat?

As Fufa drum competition returns back this weekend with the first leg of the Fufa drum in offing, Teso, who made their way through to the semi-finals through an eye of a needle with their early first leg 2-1 victory in Soroti, struck first in the 82nd minute through Nathan Oloro’s penalty after Henry Tumusiime handled the ball in the forbidden area before being sent off which on alater note birthed an added advantage after Defender Hussein Kato levelled matters in stoppage time, but this wasn’t enough to guide his side to the semis as they bowed out 3-2 on aggregate on return leg.

Teso Fufa drum team celebrates victory

The soccer doves go into this game with high anticipation gauging through the hot path they went through to climb to where they currently stand.

According to the Deputy head of Communication of the Fufa drum in-charge of Teso Province Jojo Cornelius, it will be a big joke to assume that Busoga can pick a win against Teso in its home ground. Cornelius is confident that the hardest stares are gone and Teso’s focus is the finals.

With just a few hours left to the kick off time (4;00PM), fans in Soroti city and surrounding districts are hyped up for what many have dubbed ‘’Busoga Must Fall campaign…”

To them, the current squad Teso has is the best ever and to them this shall be a show down of 2024 and with the fans from pamba,oderai,Nakatunya,Kambi and the entire Teso in the pitch, Teso will qualify for the finals today not waiting for the return encounter said omecha jonathan one of the die hards of the home team.

Busoga on the other side has had an awesome ride to the semi-finals making it a nonguaranteed  walk through for the already super excited hosts.

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