Mujib Kasule Credit: © Kawowo Sports | JOHN BATANUDDE
[/media-credit] Mujib Kasule Credit: © Kawowo Sports | AISHA NAKATO

Proline coach Mujib Kasule remains optimistic his side will survive the drop despite a 2-0 defeat at the hands of KCCA on Tuesday.

The visitors were the better side for most of the game, created the better opportunities but failed to bury any.

For Kasule, the performance draws optimism with SC Villa and URA next on menu to face at Lugogo.

“We played very well. We had a very good game plan and the boys gave everything,” said Kasule whose side stay second from bottom on a 16-team log.

Unfortunately, we couldn’t bury the chances that we created and in football when you play against a bigger team with good players, if you don’t put away your chances, you are bound to be punished and that’s what happened.

Kasule lured luck but says it’s not over yet and failed apportion blame to any of his boys.

At the end, we are very unlucky not to win but I have no complaints at all. We keep fighting. It’s not over yet. With this kind of performance, we are still positive that we can win the next two games.

Proline only returned to the premier league last season and a poor show in the second half of the season has seen them in the red zone for most parts.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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