Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) manager Mike Mutebi has cautioned his team about being vigilant and giving their all in the Wednesday Azam Uganda Premier league tie against Police.
KCCA FC are coming off a 6-0 whitewash over Masavu and would want to build on that going into the tie against Police.
We are playing against a very good side, they are not table leaders by mistake, they have worked their way there, but we need to be ready for the challenge at hand
The manager told www.kccafc.co.ug before the after training session on Tuesday evening, before revealing why the game is so important for the team.
We are working on lifting the confidence of the players, its games like these that they need to step up and show character, and you will see that in them tomorrow
KCCA FC might not be at the summit of the league log for now but the team’s prowess in front of goal has been immense so far, scoring a staggering 15 and conceding just five in the opening eight games.
Strikers Tito Okello has four of those, Derrick Nsibambi and Patrick Kaddu have both managed two, Samuel Ssekamatte the other striker who has found the back of the net.
We are creating the chances which is a good thing, our strikers have also started to pick up, we just need to perfect on what we have been doing if we are to turn tables
The tie to be played at the StarTimes Stadium Lugogo, will be the ninth for KCCA FC who are fifth with 14 points, four less than Police who lead the 16 team log with 17 points, the latter have also played a game more.