SC Villa coach Douglas Bamweyana was disappointed with his side’s defeat to URA at Namboole but hailed his boy’s effort on the afternoon.
In a game of two halves, SC Villa were all over the tax collectors in the second half but failed the put the ball behind the back of the net as URA defended resiliently.
“We are disappointed with the result,” Bamweyana said. “We were the better side overall. Created the most chances but we conceded a scruffy goal and the failed to score,” he added.
“The better team lost on the day but overall, am happy with the boys’ effort.
SC Villa signed over 15 players in the window but could only afford four substitutes on the bench and the former Express tactician had this to explain the scenario.
“We lacked some of our players because they were not cleared in time to play. It’s partly the FA to blame because we provided the necessary documentation in time.
Bamweyana who admitted the team has a lot of work to do says the true picture of his team will be seen in the upcoming games.
“Of course there is still a lot of work to do but I think the true picture of the team will be seen in our next games.
SC Villa’s next game is at home to Bright Stars on Tuesday January 5.