Express FC head Coach Wasswa Bbossa is adamant that his team is well prepared for their last group stage game against Tanzanian side Young Africans.
The gaffer forecasts a better performance compared to their last game against Nyasa Big Bullets.
Speaking after the last training ahead of the game, the gaffer highlighted that his technical team and himself had talked to the players in a bid to emphasize the ideal approach of going for the win as opposed to playing for a draw.
“The boys have looked fresh in training and that’s encouraging. Our target is to play for three points and we shall have to do that against a strong side who will challenge us but the boys are built for this stage.”
He would further speak about the strength of the Tanzanian side and how his technical team had managed to watch them play, mentioning a thing or two about their fitness levels but also highlighting the fact that his side was equally as fit for the tie.
It is also imperative to remember that the Red Eagles made a reputation of having the most desirable fitness levels as a team in the just concluded Uganda Premier League season courtesy of the arrival of fitness coach Hellen Buteme.
Express Centre back Murushid Juuko says that they have polished their mistakes from the previous games and are ready for Young Africans.
They currently top Group A with 4 points and only require a draw to progress to the semis of the CECAFA Kagame Cup while this seems a do-or-die for their opponents if they still harbour dreams of representing in the semi Finals of the tournament.