Coach Michael Nam Ouma talks to Moses Waiswa [Photo: Aisha Nakato]
Michael Ouma talks to Moses Waiswa [Photo: Aisha Nakato]

Michael Nam Ouma paid tribute to SC Villa after they ended Vipers SC unbeaten run with a 3-1 defeat at St. Mary’s stadium, Kitende.

Quick fire goals from Charles Lwanga, Pius Wangi and one from Joseph Ssemujju in the second half were enough for the Jogoos with Tito Okello scoring Vipers’ consolation.

“It was a bad in the office,” Ouma told a post-match press briefing. “We were disorganised and the good team carried the day and SC Villa was the good team,” he added.

My players started the game on low ebb and we conceded two goals in twenty minutes and yet you know Villa is like a rival with most players who were here.

Douglas Bamweyana’s side started with three former Vipers players in David Owori, Pius Wangi and Ashraf Mandela and from the bench came Mike Sserumaga and Ssemujju.

Meanwhile, Ouma believes defeat gives his players chance to develop insisting it’s not the end of the world.

“It’s okay to lose since it gives us chance to develop. It’s not the end of the world.

Vipers are now four points off the log summit and next on menu for them will be a tricky trip to Tooro United.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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