Among all top Division teams, KCCA is the only one to have taken a vital point off NIC. They intend to do the same this year as well. To do this, they will have to play at a high level but it doesn’t entirely depend on them.
“We have a problem with our officials thinking that team cannot be beaten, that’s why some of us are being maliced. We are going to play the way we normally play and whatever will happen let it happen,” coach Mugerwa said.
In terms of performance, KCCA has always been locked on and Coach Mugerwa believes the team will keep the same level against NIC.
As for NIC’s tactician Vincent Kiwanuka, he is confident his team will take care of KCCA. He referred to the early parts of the last match where his team had control and only lost due to wholesale changes.
“On our side, we want to win this match. This is because one of the reasons we drew the first round was because we decided to try out some of our younger least experienced players in such a big match. We had won that match but in the last quarter we withdrew our better players. This led us to draw with them,” Kiwanuka explained.
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