SC Villa head coach Edward Kaziba lauded his player Benson Muhindo after he put up a man of match performance as Villa came from a goal down to beat Brigh Stars 2-1 in a game played at the Mandela nation stadium.
Muhindo scored one and assisted Emmanuel Wasswa to cancel out Jamil karisa’s first half strike for the Jogoos to return to winning ways.
“Muhindo is one of our academy graduates and we have prepared him to this extent where he has become very productive to the team,” Kaziba said.
“He has not been a starter but he has had a great impact to the team as you can see he won us the game against Proline and now this. We are gradually improving him and hope in the near future he will be a star here.”
The SC Villa soft spoken tactician has not ruled out his side’s chances of winning the championship.
“Six games left and mathematically those are 18points provided we win all of them. We are seven points behind KCCA and eleven behind table leaders Vipers so that can also be thought of because we aren’t far from it.”
Sc Villa are now third on the StarTimesUPL table with 43 points from 24 games played
The 16-time league Champions will take a visit to Tooro United on matchday 25 due to take place on 7th march