The previous champions registered their fourth loss towards the Venoms however the tactician is adamant they’re nonetheless within the title race

KCCA FC coach Mike Mutebi believes his costs fell to Vipers SC within the Ugandan Premier League after sleeping on the job.

The Venoms collected most factors courtesy of a 1-Zero victory which was led to by Peter Magambo who scored an personal purpose. It was a fourth defeat for the Kasasiro Boys after preliminary losses to the Uganda Income Authority (URA) FC, SC Villa, and BUL FC. 

The skilled tactician has now identified why the Rubbish Collectors failed to return with a optimistic end result. He has additional insisted his costs are nonetheless within the race for the league title within the ongoing marketing campaign.

“Vipers had been extra decided than us; our boys slept a bit within the sport,” Mutebi stated afterward

“I believe Vipers performed effectively they usually deserved to win the sport, [but] as I advised you, we’re very a lot nonetheless within the race. We’re going to rectify our errors and attempt to compete with the remainder on the high. 

“We have to play extra good soccer since we’re not in a greater place.”

After the loss, the Kasasiro Boys are on 27 factors and within the fourth place, 9 behind table-toppers the Tax Collectors.

In the meantime, URA coach Sam Ssimbwa has hailed his costs for a formidable away file after beating Onduparaka FC 3-Zero of their newest UPL outing.

Steven Mukwala scored a brace as Cromwell Rwothomio discovered the again of the online as soon as to provide the Tax Collectors yet one more win to consolidate their place on the high. 

“The staff performed effectively and performed underneath directions. It has been our largest win away from residence,” Ssimbwa advised the identical portal.

“We did rating three objectives with out conceding which was superb and I respect the away show of the staff as a result of ever since we began the league, out of the eight video games we have now managed to win seven and one draw which was towards Mbarara Metropolis.”

Mukwala tops the Premier League’s scorers’ chart with 9 objectives from 15 video games whereas Rwothomio has scored six. Mukwala was signed from Maroons FC who had been relegated in 2020 after he emerged as the highest scorer with 13 objectives.

“I’m very pleased with Steven [Mukwala] and Cromwell [Rwothomio] as a result of, after one or two video games, they each rating and it’s a good factor for us in our upcoming video games,” added the previous Sofapaka head coach.
   

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