While appearing on NBS Sport, Byekwaso revealed that he’s a faced a number of challenges in Lugogo. He’s however working tooth and nail to make sure that the club gets back to winning trophies.
Byekwaso who has led the Kasasiro boys to the top of the table in the first round of games also added that they have achieved almost 65% of their targets for the 2022-2023 Uganda Premier League season.
The only challenge however they still have is the format of play which he is trying to rectify.
“My two years at @KCCAFC as head coach haven’t been easy. However, I’m trying my best for us to win the trophies, and bring back the format of play of the club. At this point in @KCCAFC, we are around at 65% in what we want. However, we still have a problem with our format play. Going into the second round, we are planning to rectify that,” said Byekwaso.
He also talked about how he realized his coaching interest. This was at a time he was still an active footballer.
Morley Byekwaso further also lifted the lid about how he ended up playing for both SC Villa and KCCA. This is something that was highly impossible in the past years because of the supremacy of the two sides.
Byekwaso said that he missed a penalty during a game his KCCA side was playing SC Villa. The KCCA fans hated him so much because of the rivalry between the Jogoos and the Kasasiro boys.
He decided to join SC Villa the following year and there were a number of U20/23 players at Villa whom he had a strong bond with.
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