SC Villa coach Edward Kaziba was delighted with his side’s result after a ‘non convincing performance’ in a one all draw against Police FC.
Kaziba noted that Police FC is one of SC Villa’s bogey sides, and a draw on the day is not a bad result.
Villa’s Emmanuel Kalyowa scored in the 32nd minute before Police FC, through Johnson Ondongo, equalised in the second half.
“Police Fc has always been a tough team usually when facing Villa but with a 1-1 draw, I think it’s fair result to take home,” noted Kaziba.
“Our midfield didn’t function very well as expected and our performance in general was not convicing especially the first 30 minutes. A point earned is better than a loss.
“We are going to revise and correct our mistakes as we prepare to take on Express FC in our next game.”
In a tight game at Namboole, Bashir Mutanda, David Owori and Ambrose Kirya all had efforts on goal but in vain as Villa ended the day with just one point.
The visitors dominated the match in the second half as Villa looked the second best team on the pitch.
It should be noted that both games last season ended in draws, 2-2 at Lugogo and one all at Namboole.
SC Villa has collected four points from three games – A defeat (Kyetume) and a win against Mbarara City.