Half Season Report Card: MYDA (Malaba Youth Development Association) Football Club

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Life in the UPL has been really difficult for the Malaba based team. They had not registered any victory in the competition, and they only  finally managed to break the curse away at Kyetume FC on the last day of round 15.

With an awful defensive record conceding 51 goals so far this season, MYDA FC has the worst defensive record in the league; the highlight being a 7 : 0 loss away to Vipers FC. The team will need many lucky moments as the one against Kyetume FC in this second half of the season if they are to stand any real chance of surviving relegation.

Off the pitch problems also suggest danger for MYDA, with the team’s sponsors in a financial struggle. This has been indicated already with the team arriving late at the venue with exactly 11 players for their match against Wakiso Giants due to financial constraints.

Final Report Comment: MYDA is simply playing to add UPL experience to their ranks but on the pitch, the football they play does not give any hope for survival and they fully deserve to be in  their position on the premier league log. Ugsports.net predicts relegation.

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