BUL FC head coach Peter Onen feels that his team should have won their game against Nyamityobora on Wednesday at the kakyeka stadium.
The two sides played out to a goalless draw as BUL met their former coach Alex Isabirye who is, now, two-matches old at Nyamityobora.
Onen partly blames his attacking force that has James Otim, Hamis Tibita and Kambale Muhindo.
“We had all the chances of winning but failed to make it count. We created so many chances but we did not utilise them,” he said before mourning thae lost chance to close in on the league leaders:
“That has slowed down our chance to finish in the top positions but that will definitely change. We shall get back to the drawing board and right where it went wrong.”
BUL remained fifth on the table with 32 points, five and three behind third and fourth-placed Mbarara City and URA.
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