Steven Bogere lamented poor finishing as his side UPDF lost 1-0 to Police FC at Bombo Barracks on Tuesday.
The Cops needed a seventeenth minute strike from the league’s leading marksman Hood Kaweesa to down the second from bottom army side in a game the hosts deserved better.
Bogere, who was in charge of his first game after replacing Moses Basena saw his charges fashion out good chances in the second half but failed to put away any.
“The loss is hard to take since by far, we have been the best side,” said Bogere. “They didn’t create as much and took their chance very well,” he added.
We created the better chances especially in the second half but were lethargic in front of goal.
Bogere also admits his side didn’t defend well on a number of occasions and on any other day, they would have conceded another goal.
There are so many areas to improve right from defence to attack. We have to improve but I have belief in the squad to regain our mojo.
UPDF sit second from bottom on the 16-team log with five points after eight games.