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Startimes Uganda Premier League 2023/24 Season wrap up by Sanyuka Prime

Sanyuka Prime proudly concludes the 2023/24 StarTimes Uganda Premier League (SUPL) season, where SC Villa emerged as champions after a 20-year wait.

Katikkiro Owek. Peter Mayiga celebrates SC Villas triumph in the Startimes Uganda Premier League

The season was marked by significant events and competitive performances, showcasing the depth of Ugandan football talent.

This season introduced promoted clubs Nec FC, Kitara FC, and the returning Mbarara City to the top flight. Teams from various regions, including Masindi, Jinja, Arua, Kampala, and Wakiso, participated. SC Villa hosted their home games at Wankulukuku, the home of their rivals Express FC.

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The season featured notable transfers, with KCCA FC and Vipers SC leading the way by bringing in foreign coaches and players.

Key moves included Eric Kambale and Allan Okello joining Vipers SC. Night games were reintroduced, with KCCA FC, NEC FC, and Vipers SC hosting matches under floodlights.

The league kicked off with the slogan "It's Our League, go for it," and saw players like Mustafah Kizza return to play for KCCA FC.

SC Villa restructured their executive team, leading to a successful season and a league title win.

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Teams like Bul FC, Nec FC, and Kitara FC had strong starts, while Arua Hill faced challenges.

The second round saw Arua Hill omitted from the league due to licensing issues, reducing the number of teams to fifteen.

Significant mid-season transfers included Moses Waiswa returning to Vipers SC and Kitara FC signing Lawrence Bukenya and Arthur Bocca Kiggundu.

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The football community mourned the losses of URA FC Head Coach Sam Timbe and icon Fred Kajoba Kisitu.

Players like Shaban Muhammad and Denis Omedi excelled in goal-scoring. SC Villa's consistent performance led them to claim the title from Kitara FC, Bul FC, and Vipers SC.

The top scorers were Shaban Muhammad Jagason (KCCA FC) with 17 goals, followed by Denis Omedi (Kitara FC), Isaac Wagoina (Express FC), Nelson Senkatuka (Bright Stars FC), and Fred Amaku (Maroons FC).

Sanyuka Prime is proud to have broadcast a thrilling and competitive SUPL season, highlighting the best of Ugandan football and celebrating SC Villa's triumphant return to the top

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