URA’s performance on Friday in the 1-0 loss to Proline at Mehta Stadium, Lugazi left their head coach Kefa Kisala disappointed.
Proline ended the tax collectors’ unbeaten run of ten games with a solitary strike from Nelson Senkatuka in the first half.
The boss was frustrated with his team’s performance especially in the first half.
“It was a painful defeat,” Kisala told Kawowo Sports after the game. “We were so disjointed in the first half; we didn’t seem to know what was happening.
“We were not up to the task. Even the few chances we got like those two headers, we wasted and we were made to pay for that.
“Proline scored a very good goal and they protected it with much ease because we didn’t trouble them that much. I think the better team won.”
URA had not lost a league game since losing 2-1 to Sadolin Paints last year in October at the same ground.
Friday’s defeat was their second this season. They remain seventh in the league with 24 points.