After his side lost the fifth consecutive league game, embattled Maroons head coach Douglas Bamweyana was left unhappy seeing his side remain a place above relegation.
However, the Maroons gaffer is optimistic ahead of the league break and hopes reshape the worsening situation at the club within the period.
Frank Kalanda scored the lone goal as Express beat Maroons at Luzira Prison grounds in a game Bamweyana was pleased with his side’s performance.
The loss, is the fifth in a row for Maroons in the league and left Bamweyana’s job hanging in balance.
“I’m very much encouraged with today’s performance compared to the previous game where we didn’t show fighting spirit and made more errors,” Bamweyana said after the loss.
“We totally understand the situation and timing we are in but the break will probably work on our strength and speed and many other things.
“Most of the players we have are young and the situation goes down to their mind. The mistakes will be mentally worked on them and we see it after Express game but we really need to do more.
“We need to create our own luck as you saw we created many chances but failed to take them away.”
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Maroons will be playing Kyetume FC in the Uganda cup round of 16 before visiting Police FC when the league resumes.