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Mutebi Not Worried About Kick-off Time For Busoga United Game

KCCA FC head coach Mike Mutebi has expressed his side’s readiness ahead of their lunch time kick off with Busoga United.

The Kasasiros will face Busoga in their first lunch-time kick-off game of the season at the FUFA Technical centre in Njeru on Tuesday, March 02.

KCCA FC head into this game full of confidence after thrashing struggling Kitara FC 4-0 last Saturday.

On the lunch time kick-off, Mutebi said that it does not matter the time of the game, his side is always ready.

“We are ready like we always prepare for every game. Mutebi said in his pre-match interview on Monday.

“It doesn’t matter what time we are going to play, we are always ready.

“It is also always comfortable for every team that plays on that artificial turf because on a good playing surface l, teams will try to play, so we always have an advantage because we always train on the artificial turf.”

KCCA F face a side that has been struggling for points this season.

Busoga will start the day third from bottom with just five points gathered in 10 games.

The Students sit five points away from safety and are coming off a 1-0 loss at URA FC, a game in which they competed for the majority of the contest.

Speaking about the nature of competition KCCA will face against Busoga, Mutebi noted that it will be a tough game.

“The team is well prepared. We go with confidence after winning against Kitara FC.

“I know it’s not going to be easy for us because Busoga is a team that has been struggling to win games and they will come into it desperate for points.

“They have lost matches but they competed well in the loss to URA last time out so i expect them to do the same against us.

“So we are well prepared and hope we shall go there and try to pick a good result.”

In the win against Kitara, defender Peter Magambo scored a brace while Bright Anukani and Samson Kigozi scored the other goals.

On the strikers not scoring enough, Mutebi said;

“As long as we are scoring it doesn’t matter who puts the ball in the back of the net.

“We have been creating chances, if the attacking midfielders are scoring now, it gives the whole team a boost that we cannot only rely on specific players to score goals for us.”

Mutebi also confirmed that the squad that featured on Saturday will be the one to do likewise against Busoga.

KCCA FC currently sit 6th on the log, with 17 points after ten games.

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