SC Villa assistant coach Paul Mukatabala insists the Jogoos have the quality and depth in the squad to compete on all fronts.
The most successful Ugandan football club leads the Uganda Premier League with 10 games to go and also stormed the last eight of the Stanbic Uganda Cup after a 1-0 win over Ndejje University.
Joseph Nsubuga scored the winner three minutes to the break to earn the Jogoos a quarter final berth.
“It was a tough game but thank God we got the victory,” said Mukatabala. “It was typical of a Cup game, always difficult but the good thing is that we are winners,” he added.
We have the depth and quality to compete on two fronts (league and cup).
George Senkaaba, Allan Kyambadde, Davis Kasirye, Godfrey Lwesibawa and Martin Kizza all had opportunities put to waste and when asked how they as a technical team they feel about such, the former SC Villa attacker was instead optimistic.
It’s disturbing that we don’t score enough goals but it’s important we create chances.
SC Villa last won a league and Cup double in 2002 under Mulitin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic.