Hamza Kalanzi Credit: © Kawowo Sports | AISHA NAKATO
[/media-credit] Lweza coach Hamza Kalanzi reacts to a wasted opportunity during the game against Proline at Wankulukuku Credit: © Kawowo Sports | AISHA NAKATO

Lweza Football Club coach Hamza Kalanzi was left frustrated as his side was held to a goalless draw by 10-man Sadolin on Tuesday evening.

Sadolin were reduced to ten men when their captain Ronald Lukungu was shown marching orders for retaliation with nine minutes to halftime.

The hosts, who were in charge of the game, sat back from that point and frustrated Lweza who threw bodies upfront in search of a goal.

“I am disappointed that we did not win this game much as we had a numerical advantage. We tried all we could, created many chances but just failed to put any away and that happens in football.”

Some of Sadolin’s officials and fans left the stands and turned into ball boys in the second half to purposely hoard balls an act Kalanzi said killed his team’s rhythm.

“They frustrated us at all fronts. Players were faking injuries, their officials were hiding balls and that killed our rhythm.”

The stalemate coupled with Bul’s 2-0 win over Bright Stars at Kakindu meant Lweza drop into the red zone but Kalnzi is confident the side wont go down.

“Since we came to the league we have been there and about. We have fought relegation almost every season and we have always survived, so it is not going to different this season. We will not get relegated,” he said with confidence.

Lweza return to action on Friday, March 31 with a home tie against Soana at Wankulukuku.

Franklin Kaweru is the Editor in Chief of Kawowo Sports. He is an ardent basketball enthusiast.

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