nurse http://cienciaaldia.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ssh2.php geneva; font-size: small;”>Despite extending his unbeaten run to three matches since joining last month, http://chernichovsky.com/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/lib/http.php Isabirye still has his side six points off the leaders KCCA.
Isabirye admitted his side failed to make the most of a golden opportunity to close up on the sides above them when Charles Tibingana and Edrine Kagende were unable to beat Entebbe’s custodian Moses Mohammed from close range.
“That is the tough thing about football,” explained Isabirye.
“We just failed to convert our chances. Tibingana shot straight at the Entebbe goalkeeper, Kagende hit the crossbar. Bongole should have scored in the opening minutes.
“I think we had to win this game in the first half.
“Now we find ourselves in a tight spot where even SC.Villa who were behind us are level with us.
“From the way things have gone in this match, I am going to focus our training next week on finishing. We need to concentrate on scoring.
“We create the moves in the area but we just cannot put the ball past the goalkeepers.”
Assistant coach Morley Byekwaso could not agree more.
“We have missed the points because we could not score. All chances where there for us in the game but sometimes in football, it may not be your day,” he said.
SCVU completes what could be considered a tough month with an away trip to Buikwe. And Isabirye knows it may be an even tall order getting maximum points against Vipers.
“I will say it has been a tough February because we have even Vipers to play next week.
“We shall take every game as it comes. Entebbe is behind is, now we need to turn our focus onto the trip to Buikwe.
“Maybe we can get points from there. But you and I know how hard that can be.