After just one point in two games, Express FC head coach George Simwogerere has called for more patience from the fans.
Sim, as popularly known, claims that demanding instant results is unfair because he is just building the team and ‘you can’t harvest what you didn’t sow’.
Express lost to BUL FC (1-0) in their opening match last Saturday and played a one all draw with Bright Stars on Tuesday at Wankulukuku.
Frank Ssenyondo scored the only goal for Express before Joseph Janjali’s strike denied Express maximum points.
“Good things don’t come instantly, they take time,” Sim said after a one all draw at Wankulukuku.
“You can’t get harvests when you didn’t sow, first sow and you ask me for harvests, simple.
“Am happy with the start, reason being my boys have played well and it has just been one mistake from carelessness which cost us a goal.”
The former club captain added that his target is to build a good team.
“Also, am not Jesus so I can’t see in future. I can’t tell in which position Express is going to finish in. I came in Express in 1987. I signed seven years and I played 13 years for them and those are kind of players I signed for Express. Even if I leave tomorrow they will still be playing for Express.”
Express’ next matches this month:
Sept 7th – Onduparaka FC (H)
Sept 10th – Mbarara City (A)
Sept 13th – Villa SC (H)
Oct 1st – Proline FC (A)
Oct 4th – Police FC (H)