Gadaffi FC Coach Mubarak Wamboya says they gave UPDF too much space in the midfield which cost them a lot in the second half.
Gadaffi FC lost 3-1 to UPDF in the Military Derby at the Gadaffi Arena to stretch their winless run to five matches.
Ezekiel Katende gave UPDF the lead as early as 10th minute before Brian Kalumba equalised for the hosts, in the 51st minute Kigozi Ambrose restored the visitors lead, six minutes later Okello Donato scored his first goal for the Army side to seal the win.
While addressing the club media after the loss, Gadaffi FC Head Coach Mubarak Wamboya said they didn’t deserve the defeat because they prepared well for the Derby though they lost concentration in the second half.
“The result that we got wasn’t that we wanted because we did all our best to see that we prepare the team for an important game in the derby” Says unimpressed Wamboya
He continues “We saw in the first half the boys tried to execute and implement as we had planned but as we came back in the second half we did not capitalise on the mistakes of our opponents”.
“We gave them too much spaces in the midfield and they capitalised on that and we ended up conceding those two goals”.
Gadaffi FC who are 8th on the log with 27 points after 22 matches will return to action on Wednesday 6th April away to Arua Hill at the Barifa Ground.
“As a technical man we are going to put things right so that we prepare for the next game against Arua Hill and I promise the fans that we are going to do all possible means as technical to see that we rectify and get better results in the next coming games”.