The Cops tactician believes his gamers have been within the driving seat to win the sport till they allowed their rivals to attain
Police FC coach Abdallah Mubiru has blamed his gamers for the 1-1 draw picked in opposition to KCCA FC in a Ugandan Premier League match on Friday.
Muwadda Mawejje put Police forward early within the first half within the match at Lugogo Stadium earlier than Sadat Anaku struck halfway by means of the second half for the Kasasiro Boys to make sure the match led to a draw.
Talking on the finish of the match, coach Mubiru had admitted the sport didn’t go as deliberate as a result of his gamers determined to change off after taking the lead.
“It wasn’t the outcomes we anticipated but it surely’s the consequence we’ve acquired as a consequence of our high quality displayed and as a consequence of our negligence,” Mubiru informed the membership’s social media pages.
“We acquired an early lead after which everybody switched off, we acquired the alternatives within the first half which we did not discover.”
Mubiru has additionally blamed fatigue for the dropped factors insisting the fixtures are arising very quick for the gamers.
“The best way the league was organised is as if we’re enjoying a gala! Gamers actually put on out and it impacts us,” Mubiru continued. “The gamers can’t play at their greatest. We’re solely ready for our final recreation. We give them a recess.”
Police had taken the lead within the 13th minute when Mawejje managed to fireplace previous KCCA goalkeeper Charles Lukwago and the Kasasiro Boys trailed till the half-time break regardless of numerous clear possibilities that got here their method after conceding the opener.
The Cops have been compelled to make a change within the 44th minute as Henry Kiseka got here on within the place of Brian Mululi. Earlier than one other change for Mubiru’s facet got here within the early moments of the second half as Mawejje was changed by Ben Ocen, who just lately returned from an harm.
Nonetheless, Anaku scored within the 72nd minute, with an help from Samuel Kato, to make sure KCCA averted a defeat and compelled the 2 Kampala sides to share the factors in the long run.
The draw meant the 2 Premier League sides have drawn for the seventh time as Police’s seek for the primary win over KCCA in a decade continues.
The 13-time Premier League champions have now moved to fourth place with 27 factors whereas Mubiru’s boys are fifth with 25 factors.
KCCA shall be up for a moderately powerful outing provided that they’ll play champions Vipers SC on Wednesday whereas Police, however, will face Specific FC on Tuesday.