KCCA’s head coach, Mike Mutebi said his team is organized but still struggles to get a win. “My team has earned six points in two matches but have seen them struggling to it,” he said.
KCCAFC scores 1-0 against Busoga united.
Busoga United FC has suffered a second loss in
the Uganda premier league games losing 1-0 to visiting KCCA FC.
Kiiza scored the lone KCCA FC goal from a spot kick from the 18 yard box in the
KCCA’s head coach, Mike Mutebi said his team is organized but
still struggles to get a win. “My team has earned six points in two matches but
have seen them struggling to it,” he said.
Adding that “Today we came to play an equally
organized team at both attacking and containing the ball, which partly
disorganized us in the second half although victory remained ours. We are
seriously working on both scoring goals and containing our wins in the early
minutes of the match.”
Busoga United’s FC Abby Kikomeko blamed the
loss of his team on lack of self-esteem to tackle big clubs in the league. “The
team is good; they have acquired a lot of skills in ball maintaining. But the
only problem is that the boys lack guts to faceoff with bigger clubs in the
league and that’s why most of the chances went to waste,” he said.
Kikomeko said he is mentoring the team to
contain pressure. “I have realized that, the team is full of young men who play
on pressure. However, am mentoring them to calm down their tension and treat
all their contenders with football skills suiting the game of football,” he
Last week, Busoga united lost away to Tooro