Vipers coach looks on in disappointment as his side lost to SC Villa Credit: © Kawowo Sports | JOHN BATANUDDE
[/media-credit] Abdallah Mubiru Credit: © Kawowo Sports / AMINAH BABIRYE

Despite his side comfortably winning 4-1 against The Saints in the Uganda Cup, Police FC coach Abdallah Mubiru was unimpressed by the second half from his boys.

The Cops scored three first half goals to take the tie beyond reach but added just one in the second half but allowed the visitors so much time on the ball who pulled one back with 24 minutes to the clock.

“I like the way we took the game to them in the first half,” he said. “Our pressing, passing and the way we took our chances was great. We were ruthless which is good,” he added.

But the boys were below par in the second half. I thought our game management in the second half wasn’t good. Maybe the boys relaxed after getting an emphatic lead but they should have done better.

Under Mubiru, the Cops have won all four games in all competitions scoring nine goals and conceding just once.

The gaffer however believes there is still a lot to improve although he is delighted with the way his boys are learning fast.

I am happy so far. But there is still a lot to improve in our game and I am optimistic they will get better with each passing game.

Police take on former Kavumba rivals, Soana FC in their next league game on Friday.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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