Vipers SC players continue with training despite Coronavirus pandemic. Despite the Coronavirus pandemic hitting the sporting world, it seems to be a blessing in disguise for Vipers Sports Club.
The Kitende-based club resumed business on Thursday with intensive training sessions as they look to keep their squad fit as they prepare for StarTimes Uganda Premier League final bend looming in the month of May.
Vipers SC players have been on a temporary break since their last league encounter against Wakiso Giants.
The two sides played to a barren draw at the Kabaka Kyabaggu Sports Stadium on March 6th.
They are still on top of the log with 54 points four points ahead of second-placed KCCA FC with five games to go.
According to the schedule from UPL, all the five remaining fixtures must be played in a space of 18 days.
The Fred Kajoba coached side need to win four of their five remaining games if they are to claim the 2019-2020 SUPL championship.
They will take on Express FC and Tooro United away from home together with home ties against Busoga United, Bright Stars and Police.
It should be noted that coach Fred Kajoba and his technical team will be anxious to clinch the title to their partisan fans come May 23.
It should be noted that President Yoweri Museveni issued a directive on ‘banning’ sports activities for 32 days on Wednesday evening.
It remains to be seen how the Uganda Premier League (UPL) Secretariat will readjust the arrangement.