Bright Stars FC head coach Mohammed Kisseka has said they are still setting what to play as a team after a 1-1 draw with Express at Wankulukuku.
The club has so far collected just a point from two opening games. They lost 1-3 to Vipers in their opening fixture.
Against Express, Joseph Janjali levelled matters after Frank Ssenyondo had put the Red Eagles in an early lead.
“We are still setting what to play, the boys didn’t play like we expected,” said Kisekka. “We still have a lot of work to do in our training sessions and hope to improve game by game.”
“One point in two games doesn’t scare me, the league has just started and am new on the team. We are building something so i know by around four to five games the team will be having a style of play.”
He however commended his players for playing very well after managing to scoop a point from Express.
“The players are playing some good football and that’s our target,we have managed to get a point and am very grateful.”
Next five games for Bright Stars
Sept 7th – Busoga United (A)
Sept 11th – Wakiso Giants (H)
Sept 14th – Maroons (A).
Oct 1st – URA FC (H).
Oct 5th – KCCA FC (A)