As Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club head into the third game of the 2017/2018 Azam Uganda Premier League season against Onduparaka on Tuesday, deep lying schemer Isaac Kirabira is already looking at a positive bounce back.
The midfielder wants to see the team react with character and bounce back from the back to back draws against Maroons and UPDF and register the maiden win of the season.
“We must get ourselves out this situation and find our feet again, we are supposed to be getting results and not giving away points and be a little ruthless,” Kirabira said.
“There is really no problem, we just have to find the right mentality and stay consistent, that we are working on and the game on Tuesday will be testimony, we are winning it for our fans, they have been so loyal and continue,”
The team scored their first goal of the season through Muzamir Mutyaba, whose 42nd strike gave KCCA FC the lead which was later cancelled out by Ezekiel Kakande.
Despite collecting two points from two games, KCCA FC is not far off from the teams leading the log, Police, Villa, Vipers, Kirinya, Onduparaka, all have four points with URA, Masavu on three.