Bright Stars Coach Muhammed Kisekka has blamed his loss at Maroons on his players.
The team lost 3-2 away to Maroons in an entertaining thriller played at Luzira Prisons ground on matchday five of the StarTimes Uganda Premier league.
Kisekka said that his players put up poor display and made ‘amateur’ mistakes.
“Am not happy with players performance though I have the responsibility as a coach to make them look good,” a disappointed Kisekka said after the painful loss.
“The decisions made that made us to concede goals are amateur decisions made by professional players like them.”
Bright Stars fought back from two down, after goals from Abraham Tusubira and Rashid Agau gave the hosts lead, to level matters with Sulaiman Sebbunza and Augustine Kacancu on target.
However, Steven Mukwala scored late off buildup play that involved Tusubira and Laban Tibita.
Bright Stars who finished eighth last season with 41 points, have had a disastrous start to the 2019/20 campaign. The side is yet to win a game.
Kisekka, who replaced Fred Kajoba before the start of the season, has led the team to only two points – Two draws against Express and Wakiso Giants.
The side also lost to Vipers and Busoga United.
“As I always promise people who love Bright Stars, we will finish in good positions. However, a lot of work still needs to be done so as we can fine tune these players for the challenge. The performance we are showed in these games is not good.”
“We need to change our mode of training according to the next opponents.”
Bright Stars, third from the bottom, will have to face URA FC (H), KCCA FC (A), Tooro (H), Kyetume (H) and BUL (A).