Mutebi says that their technical bench will reorganize the defence, midfield and striking lines to ensure that players avoid unnecessary mistakes to stop them from conceding goals in the remaining games.
Kampala Queen’s Women Football club has
fallen 4-0 to Kawempe Muslim Ladies Women Football club in their first league
match in the FUFA Women Super League-FWSL
at the technical center in Buikwe
district on Monday.
Kawempe earned their first goal in the fifth minute through Margret Kunihira,
Rhoda Nanziri scored the second goal in the 65th minute, Allen Nassazi scored
the third goal while Hadijah Nandago sealed the victory with a fourth goal in
the 88th minute.
The Kampala queens coach, Shafic Mutebi blamed their loss on lack of
coordination among the players and the failure by the players to exhibit their
skills on the pitch.
Mutebi says that their technical bench
will reorganize the defence, midfield and striking lines to ensure that players
avoid unnecessary mistakes to stop them from conceding goals in the remaining
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Meanwhile, Aisha Nantogo, the Captain Kawempe
Muslim Ladies Women Football club, says her team managed to stick to their game
plan of passing long balls and maintaining a strong presence in the midfield and
striking lines, which enabled them to score.
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Kawempe’s coach, Moses Nkata says that the queens were faster with the ball
compared to his side but the girls utilized most of the available chances to
score goals within the 18-yard box.