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Busoga United's FC with Mbarara City ends in a goalless draw :: Uganda Radionetwork

Busoga United's FC with Mbarara City ends in a goalless draw

Busoga United players engaging their counterparts from Mbarara city
Busoga United's interface with their guests, Mbarara City FC ended in a goalless draw at the Njeru-based FUFA technical center on Thursday.

Both sides created viable goal-scoring opportunities, but they were short of conversion traits, ending into a  goal less encounter.

Busoga's head coach, Vincent Lukyamuzi said he was still struggling to reorganize his squad since most of his key players were bought off by some senior clubs in the league.

"Most of the boys are having their first take in a top-flight league and we are slowly reconnecting ways of adapting to the high standards of this competitive league," he says.

On this, Lukyamuzi further hailed the boys for struggling to earn one point from the league, where they were facing off with already established players, who have reputable experience in Uganda's first-class football.

Lukyamuzi said he is leveraging on realigning their striking line with modern skills in goal scoring, which will enable them to triumph over other clubs in the league.

On his part, Wasswa Bbossa hailed their guests for putting up a competitive game, adding that, his boys were always caught off guard in the midfield area, which largely deterred them from executing a comfortable finish in their opponent's net.

Wasswa notes that, their forthcoming training will focus on bettering both the midfield and striking lines, an arrangement he says will enable them to display excellent footballing skills against their opponents in the course of the next games.

Mbarara is a returnee in the country's topmost league after being relegated in 2022 and Wasswa has pledged to display competitive footballing skills, which will not only protect them from the relegation tier but also enable them to finish among the six best clubs in this season.

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