Uganda's Police FC head coach Abdallah Mubiru has expressed his disappointment in his side's draw to SC Villa on Tuesday, January 9.
Despite rallying from two goals down to manage a draw against their opponents, Mubiru believes Police deserved more than the point they collected.
As reported by Kawowo Sports, Juma Balinya scored a bace in the second half to deny Charles Lwanga and Bashir Mutanda's goals that had given SC Villa the 2-0 leader despite going down to ten men in the 31st minute.
“I don’t want to undermine SC Villa. They are a big side with a lot of history but I don’t think the eleven players they had on the day deserved a point,” a disappointed Mubiru told the post-match press briefing.
“The performance we had was convincing but we are disappointed with the result.
Police have scored a total of 24 goals with KCCA having done better despite conceding two goals and with the ongoing January transfer window, Mubiru will look to strengthen his squad as they seek to score more goals.
“There are areas we need to strength; in defence and goalkeeping and we are looking around," he said.
The 2005 league champions have reportedly agreed to a deal with Yasis Mugabi to make a return to the club to join forces with Davis Mutebi, the only goalkeeper they had for the first half of the 2018/19 season.
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