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Bamweyana pleased with Wakiso Giants debutants despite Police FC stalemate

Bamweyana happy with Wakiso Giants debutants regardless of Police FC stalemate

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4 new gamers had been handed their first league begins for the Purple Sharks in opposition to the Cops on Friday

Wakiso Giants head coach Douglas Bamweyana has assessed the efficiency of their Ugandan Premier debutants in opposition to police FC on Friday.

Edward Satulo, Joshua Lubwama, Rahmat Ssenfuka and Ibrahim ‘Ówen’ Kasule are the gamers Bamweyana handed debuts in a sport they ended up drawing 0-0 away from residence.

The coach feels they did their finest and that their failure to get a victory can’t be blamed on any participant particularly.

“I used to be very happy with all of them,” Bamweyana informed the membership’s web site.

“Satulo was imperious on the again, Ssenfuka marshalled the midfield nicely and Owen when he got here on, created fairly a variety of issues and we had been simply unlucky to not profit from them.

“Lubwama did nicely solely that he felt one thing like a hamstring and we needed to withdraw him however he did a number of good issues, particularly off the ball.

“The entire staff did nicely and no matter we did or missed, it’s in regards to the staff and never people.”

The coach additionally stated the staff felt relatively disenchanted after selecting up only a level from a sport they created sufficient probabilities to provide a win.

“First, we’re pleased with the truth that we have now improved from the final performances in opposition to this facet. However general, we’re disenchanted,” Bamweyana added.

“I believed we obtained the most effective of probabilities and we should always have accomplished higher and on the day. Being the primary day, we didn’t management the sport as we wished however there may be a number of room to enhance.

“To maintain the assaults longer and the time within the second half when sustained assaults longer, we seemed the facet we’re imagined to be so there may be a number of work to do and we most likely wish to do higher within the subsequent one however for now, we accept a degree.”

On his half, Police head coach Abdalla Mubiru blamed what he described as “kindergarten” errors for the house stalemate.

“I believed we had a superb efficiency however registered a really poor consequence,” Mubiru stated after the match.

“I don’t suppose we deserved to attract this sport, we wasted our probabilities within the first half after which almost misplaced all the things within the dying minutes.

“I feel they had been very kindergarten errors from us. Nevertheless, we thank God that we managed to choose up one thing from the sport.”

On December 9, the Purple Sharks will face Kyetume FC for his or her second UPL sport.

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