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Home Pressure Affects Us, Says Sadolin Coach

A staunch Sadolin fan watching the game in front of the home stands

Sadolin Paints FC head coach, pilule http://clovellysurfclub.com.au/wp-content/plugins/cforms/cforms-help.php Richard Kirumira has said that pressure from the fans affect his players performance during home games.

The team underperformed drawing blanks against cross town rivals BUL FC in a boring derby in Bugembe despite coming from a 2-1 away victory over Soana last time out.

“We haven’t been playing very well at home and I think it’s because of the pressure from the fans, http://celstec.biz/wp-includes/ms-load.php ” Kirumira said adding that, “The team is more offensive and comfortable when playing away than at home.”

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The painters made only one shot on target in the entire first half and the coach confirms he was just cautious

“A derby is always a high tensioned game and so you have to be cautious because one mistake can cost you the whole game.”

Chances

“We played well only that we didn’t create a lot of chances as we expected but again failed to convert the few. Bul were able to test us on various occasions when they had the ball”

Sadolin team that played: (4-3-3) Franco Oring’a, Nasser Nsubuga, Moses Kibirige, Ronald. Lukungu, Peter Katumba, Andrew Basooma (60′ Nazil Serwada), Sijali Jamal. Allan Oryek, Norman Ogik (78′ Ivan Lubaale), Allan Kyambadde, Fred Kyambadde.

Unused Subs: Hilbert Hatimu, Godfrey Mbazira, Robert Achema, Muzamir Nasser, Bruhan Matovu

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