Timbe Blames Loss To Arua Hill On Poor Officiating

URA head coach Sam Timbe says the 3-2 loss was assisted by poor officiating at Barifa Stadium.

URA surrendered a two-goal lead to succumb to a 3-2 defeat in the hands of Arua Hill.

“The result was due to unfair Officiating,” said Timbe. “We don’t want to talk about this but it is in the camera that one can judge from.”

“Probably me I might have seen seen it wrongly but the free-kick which resulted to 2-1 in the first half and the penalty within 5 minutes I think wasn’t worthy that’s my judgement probably the referee had his own.”

New signing Kabon broke the deadlock for the Tax collectors from a freekick to score his first goal for the club before assisting Rwothomio Cromwel to double their lead.

“The Striking line did their best and they offered what they could,” added Timbe.

“Probably due to lack of concentration we could have had even an equaliser from Ibrahim Dada after he made that move but he missed the target.”

Samuel Ssekamatte halved the deficit from a freekick before Completing his brace after he rebounded his missed penalty, two minutes later Alfred Leku completed the Comeback to deny URA the maximum points.

Arua Hill completed the match with 10 players after Alfred Leku was shown red card with 10 minutes to go after a challenge on Derrick Ndahiro.

URA will return to action on 20th November against BUL FC at the Arena of Visions after the International break.

“What we should do is to give the players off now that we have to wait up to 20th that is about 18 days so that is a long period.”

“They need to rest then call them back and concentrate on building them forget about this one”.

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