Newly appointed Sporting United coach, sildenafil http://davepallone.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-screen.php Dan Obote has outlined his short and long term targets to his players ahead of their remaining Fufa Big League schedule.
The former SC Villa and Uganda Cranes midfielder is returning for a second stint at the Lira based to take over from Dan Ogwal Engwedo who unceremoniously left the club a fortnight ago.
“There’s quite some work to do with the boys before the team reaches the levels I desire but am sure they will be fine by the next round, ask http://centristnetblog.com/wp-includes/ms-default-constants.php ” Obote told ChimpSport after his first training on Monday. “However, viagra approved http://collegenotester.com/applications/dashboard/controllers/class.logcontroller.php it won’t be that easy because the (Elgon) group is very tricky.”
“I am still assessing the squad and expect to do some recruitments in the transfer period to bolster the squad for the second leg.”
Sporting United are currently sixth on the log table with thirteen points, six behind Elgon table leaders Ndejje University.
“My main aim is the top prize or at least a playoff place but as for now there’s not much I can do because have just taken over and I need to the players to understand certain things first,” he added.
Obote has two games against Simba in Entebbe and Dove All Stars on Thursday 24th November and 1st December to sum up their first round.