Police FC coach, Abdallah Mubiru Credit: © Kawowo Sports | AMINAH BABIRYE
[/media-credit] Abdallah Mubiru Credit: © Kawowo Sports | JOHN BATANUDDE

Abdallah Mubiru was delighted with his side’s 2-1 come from behind win over URA and revealed the three points were more important than style.

The Cops were not as dominant as they have been in the previous ten games but won through Hood Kaweesa brace that cancelled out an early opener from Henry Kisekka.

Police had gone two successive games without victory and Mubiru admits the team needed to bounce back.

“I am very happy for the results because we had played two games and won none,” he told reporters in a post-match presser.  “This win has boosted our confidence and am sure we are going to build along that,” he added.

The performance wasn’t all that good as the opponents made the situation hard for us to play the way we wanted to play. It was a very big challenge and test to us. We didn’t enjoy the possession like we would have like but we are happy with the result because at the moment, the three points were more important than the display.

The former Proline, KCCA and Vipers coach also had kind words for Kaweesa who now leads the goal scoring charts with six goals.

[/media-credit] Hood Kaweesa scored a double against URA at Namboole Credit: © Kawowo Sports | AISHA NAKATO

“That was good enough for him and the team and we are only praying that he keeps on scoring,” he said. “But most important, am very happy that his game changed,” he added before heaping more praise on the Cops number 5.

He could make spaces for himself and good runs to receive the ball. You could see a centre forward who was different from one against KCCA.

Police’s next task comes away to sleeping giants Express FC at Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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