SC Victoria to invade European market – Dubajic

no rx geneva;”>The Serb was speaking during an interview with Mtnfootball

The University side became the first Ugandan team to win a trophy in their first season in top flight football last month when they beat Vipers FC to win the Uganda Cup trophy. The victory means they will represent Uganda in the CAF Confederation Cup.

“We cannot just walk into the Confederations Cup to be beaten. We are going to recruit some top class players and we are also thinking about tapping into the European market for good talent,” said Dubajic during an interview.

Dubajic, who is the force behind the formation of the Club said he is very proud of their achievement of finishing fifth in the FUFA League and winners of the Uganda Cup.

“Our target was to finish among the top five in the league and also get to the quarterfinal of the cup. We are therefore proud that we achieved our targets,” said a happy Dubajic.

The club chairman also heaped praise on youthful coaches Alex Isabirye and Morley Byekwaso who took up the team in the second round after the club parted ways with Sam Ssimbwa.

“These coaches have been very systematic, hard working and instilled discipline in the team. These achievements are all because of the coaches’ good work,” added Dubajic.

The coach later confessed that after winning the knock out Uganda Cup, demands of the club are now higher because they are not a small team anymore like many people thought.

“We are now thinking bigger and want to also perform well at continental level,” said the former Cranes midfielder.

The Club’s Ali Kimera, Kabugo Savio and Denis Iguma made the squad of 22 that traveled to Libya for an international Friendly last weekend.


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