‘No small teams’: Mutebi warns KCCA FC players ahead of clash with Onduparaka FC

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The veteran tactician cautions the Kasasiro boys not to underestimate the opponents they face on Tuesday

Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA FC) coach Mike Mutebi has demanded a beautiful victory from his players when they face Onduparaka FC in a Ugandan Premier League match on Tuesday.

The Kasasiro boys are fresh from a 2-1 win against Bright Stars in their first game of the season and will face their ghost side Ondjparaka at Lugogo’s Omondi Stadium.

Mutebi warned his players not to look down on their opponents, saying they must go up an extra gear if they want to get maximum points from the away game.

“We were motivated by the victory we got in the previous game,” Mutebi told the club official website. The players are motivated and I am sure they will play well.

“Aliro [Moses] and gift [Ali] who have been out and missed the previous game are back and will be part of the team.

“There is not a small club in the league, all the games are important. Yes, we have always had a number on Onduparaka, but I demand that my players go there and win wonderfully.

However, the seasoned strategist identified an issue with his players, especially regarding how they faced Bright Stars on Thursday.

“The problem with our players has always been inconsistency. They play very well in the first half and can score up to five goals in that half and in the second half they mistakenly think that everything is over, ”he said.

“We need to be constant and score more goals. There is still a lack of coherence, but I think they will solve it ”.

The last league match at Estadio Omondi, Lugogo between the two teams ended 4-0 in favor of KCCA on October 11, 2019.

KCCA will also miss the services of five players: Morley Byekwaso, Kizza Bukenya Joseph, Steven Sserwadda, Musa Ramathan, and Kafumbe Joseph, as they have yet to receive Covid-19 results after returning from Tanzania, where they participated and won the Cecafa U20 tournament.

In the last seven league games played between KCCA and Onduparaka, KCCA has won five times, while Onduparaka has won once and both teams have shared spoils once.

Onduparaka drew 1-1 with Express FC in their respective first match.


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