Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) will be aiming for maximum points against Uganda Revenue Authority Football Club (URA) this Wednesday at Mandela National Stadium Namboole.
Club Manager Mike Hillary Mutebi revealed that KCCA FC is high on confidence and they should be able to play for a win.
“Our last game we played well and scored four goals, that lifts the confidence and morale of the players, so we shall go into that game with vigor to pick three points,”
KCCA FC defeated Onduparaka 4-1 at the StarTimes Stadium Lugogo on September 19th, 2017 after going to games picking just a point against Maroons and Uganda People’s Defense Forces Football Club (UPDF).
The manager also insisted that the tie won’t be a walk in the park, especially after URA settled for a barren draw in their last outing against Maroons. They had earlier lost 1-0 at the expense of Kirinya Jinja SS.
“It won’t be an easy game, URA has young and good players with big ambitions, and they are also title contenders, so they are coming for a result especially after losing their last outing,”
The league holders don’t have plans of changing their style of play but will react accordingly to what URA will bring on table come Wednesday.
“We have our style of play and we can’t play like others, we shall approach the game the best we know how, and we can get the results, we plan to react depending on their game plan but not to play the way they play,”
URA has the upper hand going into the tie, with URA winning six of the 14 meeting and KCCA FC picking just four with four stalements, KCCA FC scoring 18 goals and URA one better.