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Brazilian Coach Beto Bianchi is yet to win a game with the Vipers

Coach Beto Bianchi

Vipers SC head coach Beto Bianchi, ever since his arrival at the club early this year, has so far been with the club in five games and has won none of them.

The Brazilian tactician has failed to get a win in his first five games, and his side has failed to score any goals in any of the five games so far played.

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Beto Bianchi has so far been in command against Bujjumbura United in the Stanbic Uganda Cup, a game that ended 0-0 in normal time before progressing on penalties, lost to Raja Casablanca 0-5 in the CAF Champions League before visit Jinja North in the Uganda Cup round of 32 where they still failed to in normal time and advanced on penalties.

The Venoms then hosted Horoya at St. Marys Stadium and picked up one point in a goalless draw in the CAF Champions League and on Tuesday shared the spoils in another goalless draw against Wakiso Giants in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.

According to Kenneth Muwanga, who is part of the Vipers media team, talking to the media he stated that the Vipers vs. Simba SC game will be played at night with a kickoff time set for 7 p.m. under floodlights, and it will be the first CAF Champions League game to be played at night in Uganda.

Coach Bonito Bianchi will be hoping to register his first victory at Vipers since arrival at the beginning of this year when he replaced coach Roberto Oliveria, currently.

In the January transfer window, Vipers SC signed about 10 new players at the club but coach Bianchi is said to have not been part of the recruitment process.

The UPL Uganda Champions are at risk of being knocked out of the CAF Champions League tournament, having not yet won any games in the competition.

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