Hussein Mbalangu: Tomorrow is 90 minutes action, whoever prepares properly will take the day

 

Hussein Mbalangu: Tomorrow is 90 minutes action, whoever prepares properly will take the day

Hussein Mbalangu has proclaimed Arua Hill fixture with another West Nile side  Calvary FC will be action packed.

The Leopards welcome Borine Ahmed Olima’s side to Barifa Play Grounds in match day five of StarTimes FUFA Big League game as they seek to register their third win of the season.

Arua Hill, table leaders of Elgon Group comes to the game after collecting an important away point during a tough faceoff with Mbale Heroes in Mbale Municipal Stadium last Thursday.

Calvary FC, 3rd on the log are pumped up after stunning Maroons 2-1 at Greenlight Stadium the same day but Mbalangu who suggests the impending game will either be good or bad depending on how it is played has defended his side is a far different opponent to watch out.

“It’s going to be a very good game if Calvary FC comes to play football but it won’t be good if they come tomorrow fight,” Mbalangu said.

“There are two things, one is to play football and the best team wins and there is to come with intention of fighting, it won’t be good.

“You saw what happened in Mbale, they were kicking and frustrating us in everything, throwing stones, bottles,  but we remained calm.

“They are hyped up because they won their last game on a big team, so I think Maroons is not us, we went to Maroons and got a point.

“We are at home and here is a slaughtering place and there is no any joke here and we are taking the game serious.

“Talking doesn’t work, I’ve never seen talking winning the game but actions.

“Tomorrow is 90 minutes action whoever prepares properly, will take the day but we’re very serious and we consider this game and all games as finals.

Calvary FC is one of the 31 teams that Mbalangu and Co met during preseason, with Arua Hill having won the boys from Midigo 3-0 at Barifa Play Ground, the Leopards will hope to do the same in the league to ensure maintenance on top of the group.