Coton Sport 0-0 URA FC

Despite holding Cameroon champions Coton Sport Garua to a goal less draw away from home in a CAF champions league preliminary round first leg match, URA FC Coach Paul Nkata has stated that the tie is still well balanced ahead of the return leg but is optimistic his charges will do everything necessary to progress.

“The tie is still is still 50-50”, Nkata told Radio Supientia immediately after the game. “They (coton Sport) can come to Kampala and score a goal and things tilt in their favour but we are ready to eliminate them at Namboole”.

This `was Nkata’s second competitive game as head Coach of URA FC and did well to guide the side to a barren draw at a stadium they conceded three goals in 2007.

On the performance, Nkata praised his boys for standing still for the entire game and hinted at good planning ahead of the game as the key to the result.

“We prepared well for the game and the boys did well too”, he said. “I always insist that if preparations are okay, you can achieve a result whether away or not”.

URA FC will host the return leg in a fortnight at Namboole stadium searching for a win of any margin to progress.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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