URA FC head coach Sam Timbe has expressed his dissatisfaction following the team’s draw against Onduparaka.
Timbe’s charges started this new UPL season with a barren stalemate against the Caterpillars in a game held at Nakisunga Ssaza grounds on Saturday.
Speaking after the final whistle, Timbe said
“We didn’t score and we didn’t perform the the expectations, since our preparations started we’ve been performing well and scoring including our international friendly in Rwanda but I don’t know what happened today but we shall rectify what we didn’t do well going forward.”
It was a slow start for the Tax men, who finished third last season.
But on Saturday, despite the draw, they had plenty of chances to score as debutant Derrick Nsibambi, Salim Abdallah and Joachim Ojera all came closer.
And with more games coming up, Timbe has called upon his players to deliver in each game as it comes.
“We need to treat every game the same as every team comes with a point to prove. You saw what happened to the champions. No team is small and this should stick in our players if we are to achieve our goals.”
The Tax Collectors will be back in action as they take on Express FC this Saturday at Wankulukuku stadium.
The trip to Wankulukuku will be another test to Timbe’s men but they will need to show character if they are to compete for this year’s title starting with Saturday’s game.