Mike Mutebi: KCCA taking each game like a last

KCCA Head Coach Mike Mutebi says his side will treat every one of their staying first-round games like a last.

The Kasasiro boys had various matches delayed because of their commitment to mainland football. Therefore they have played five games not exactly most groups, however in particular four not exactly table pioneers Vipers.

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In front of their experience with URA on Wednesday, Mike Mutebi said in a prematch gathering, that they will play their residual games like their lives relied upon them beginning with the game against the Tax Collectors on Wednesday.

Mike Mutebi
KCCA Coach Mike Mutebi

“It resembles a last and we are taking each game like one (last). We will regard each game as it comes in any case. The main concern is we have to pick three points from every one of those residual games. So we limited the point hole among ourselves and, Vipers as well as different folks in front of us as well.”

Last season, the protecting bosses lost 2-1 at home to Sam Ssimbwa’s accuses of Shafiq Kagimu scoring the two objectives for the guests.

That was KCCA’s solitary annihilation at home the last term. However heading into tomorrow’s down, Mutebi is a long way from tried demanding his group will be under no weight.

“Definitely, we lost to URA last season. It was the main group that beat us here so they do have the conviction that they can do it here.

“They have a mentor who accepts he has the limit and the players to do it, and he knows KCCA on the grounds that he was here, however for us we are never under strain.

Mike Mutebi
Mike Mutebi after the KCCA Match

“We don’t put pressure on players. Every one of these players realizes they have an obligation to win. URA is a decent group, yet I think we have very enough in our ordnance so we will attempt to win.”


KCCA welcome back Allan Okello, Nicholas Kasozi and club commander Charles Lukwago. The trio was a piece of Uganda Cranes group that beat Malawi 2-0 on Sunday in the Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers.

Albeit just Okello highlighted in that game, coming in as a substitute to supplant Kizito Luwagga, on his presentation, Mutebi accepts they’ll be a colossal lift to the group.

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“It is a decent lift, yet they’ll need to give us we missed them by winning. We trust their arrival encourages us.”

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