Struggling side MYDA FC still have a long way to go if they are reap good results in the Uganda Premier League.
The newbies were on Friday, February 26, subjected to a ninth loss of the season by BUL FC, in just 10 games.
BUL scored late goals to compound the Malaba based side’s misery.
Musa Esenu, Simon Peter, Ntege Anwaru and Joseph Ssemujju were all on the score sheet as MYDA were thumped 4-1, with Moses Batali pulling one back for the visitors.
But despite the poor start, MYDA assistant coach Erisa Madanda says they are still looking for a system that suits the players.
“We are just trying to catch up, to stabilise with the system in football, it takes time. Madanda noted.
This season has seen clubs play back to back games with limited time for rest, something that Madanda claims has hurt them.
“I think that (limited rest) is the major reason why we have performed poorly.
“There is no time to recover and deal with both fatigue and injuries.
Despite relegation looming for MYDA, Madanda is optimism his side will fend off the drop.
“But Relegation can be avoided. You know in football there is also luck and we are trying to see that we are not out it.”
Madanda also puts the blame on his side saying that they have not done enough to perform better.
“It is partly our blame as we need to work harder in order to correct those mistakes, something we have not been executing well.
“We are still looking for a system that suits the players and i trust we shall come back stronger.”
MYDA FC still lie at the bottom of the table after earning just one point from 10 games.