Police FC captain Sadat Kyambadde has revealed that the team's mandate is to go as far as they can in the Stanbic Uganda Cup.
This statement comes after helping side reach the Last 16 after defeating Calvary FC in a penalty shootout in Kumi on Wednesday, January 16.
“The Uganda Cup is a very good tournament,” he started. “For us, we take each game as it comes and we want to win all games and go as far as possible,” Kymbadde said.
Kyambadde, just like his coach Abdallah Mubiru also paid tribute to the day’s opponents for a very good test.
“It was a tough game against a very good and organised side,” he said. “But our main target was to advance and despite the failure to score in 90, we progressed which is good,” he added.
“At Police, we respect each and every opponent and always play out hearts out to win and it was no different today.
The Cops missed the services of leading goal scorer Juma Balinya and midfielders Hassan Kalega and Simon Mbaziira through injury and sickness.
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