Wakiso Giants: Kisala Unfazed Despite False Start

Wakiso Giants coach Kefa Kisala is unfazed despite their loss to KCCA FC in the FUFA Pilsner Super Eight.

Kisala lost his first game as the club coach, falling 2-0 to league and Pilsner Super eight defending champions KCCA FC in a game played at Wakisha Resource centre.

Kisala. Wakiso Giants photo

Despite the loss, Kisala believes that his team can still compete because there were some positives.

“We have lost, its unfortunate but atleast when you see our progress as Wakiso and the positives in this game, we have a team that can play,” said Kefa at the post match conference.

“We are building a team and this is a process, and building a team to succeed its also process but a complex one but in the end we have a team that can play and compete in a near future.”

Allan Okello broke Wakiso’s resistance in the 38th minute, thanks to Mike Mutyaba’s brilliance in the build up to the goal.

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The newly promoted league outfits could then concede a 90 minute goal with Sadat Anaku beating Yasin Mugabi to double the advantage.

Action between Wakiso and KCCA FC at Wakisha

On the mistakes identified in the game, Kisala noted that he is willing to sit and find ways of rectifying them in order to move forward.

The Purple sharks managed to put up a formidable show, with Ivan Kiweewa, Hassan Ssenyonjo and Yasin Mugabi standing out for the hosts.

The Purple Wall. Wakiso Giants photo



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