South Sudan’s CECAFA Kagame Club Championship representatives Atlabara FC Juba lost their group A deceive match against Nyasa Big Bullets FC of Malawi by 2-0 with goals came in from Nickson Nyasulu on the 2nd minute and Hassan Kajoke on the 34th minutes with all goals scored due to poor marking and inadequate concentration from the Bara Boyz.
Atlabara FC Juba opened their group A matches and ended in a 1-0 defeat to Uganda Premier League declared champions Express FC.
The South Sudan side Atlabara FC defended in numbers to hold the Tanzanian giants to a goalless draw in a match played at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium. Although Young Africans SC dominated play for longer spells and created several scoring opportunities, they did not make them count.
In the first Group A match against Young Africans, South Sudan’s Atlabara FC Juba played to a goalless draw which earned them a point in the whole group qualifying round.
“I am not happy with some of the decisions that were made by the referee. We are disappointed to draw for the second time,” said the coach.
The Atlabara FC head coach Monydeng Atit was all praise for his players who he said played as a team. “We were a much better team that during our first game when we lost 1-0 to Express of Uganda. We shall keep working hard and improving in the next match,” said Atit.
The yellow and blue marked attire team who were without their head recently unveiled coach Mohammed Adam who is currently in Khartoum Sudan finished the group bottom of the log with only one point conceding 3 goals and scoring none.