New on the job, Coach Douglas Bamweyana’s appointment was received with mixed reception after his ‘failed’ campaigns at Express and SC Villa.
After falling 3-0 to URA FC in their league opener, Maroons has managed to bounce back with three straight wins.
The side had beaten Kyetume and Tooro United before defeating Bright Stars 3-2 with still a game in hand.
The performances in those three wins might not be convincing, but the side has managed to squeeze through needed results.
Bamweyana has credited hard work for the recent turnaround, however, the gaffer believes that much work still needs to be done.
“We took some lessons from the first game we lost, we came back, fought so hard and we have managed to get some rewards for our hard work on the pitch and we are happy with the progress,” Bamweyana said after the 3-2 laboured victory against Bright Stars at Luzira.
“We changed shape from that game going forward, having numbers behind, which I thought worked for us because like in this game we came into it expecting to be tough and it was really tough because we knew that they are going to come looking for motivation due to their bad start since the season but we fought back and kept resistance” he added.
He however confirmed that they still have a lot of things to work on as a team to keep the progress.
“But we still have a lot of things to do as a team because we are not yet solid, we need to control game better. Like today, we failed to control after going 2-0 up, wasting chances which would have killed the game earlier and cheap goals we conceded. Its a big concern and we really need to work on it/”
Maroons has to play BULFC, Onduparaka, Mbarara, Police and SC Villa in the month of October.
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