Kampala Queens head coach Faridah Bulega has blamed the 2-1 loss against Muteesa I Royal University on Sunday to lack of sharpness in front of goal.
Bulega believes her team deserved at least a point against the university side in their first game in the third edition of the Fufa Women elite league especially with a spirited performance that the team put up in the second half.
“The start was not bad and our performance especially in the second half was impressive but we lacked sharpness in front of goal, viagra 60mg http://dandruffdeconstructed.com/wp-admin/includes/ajax-actions.php ” she said.
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However, the former Wakiso United coach is optimistic, her side will improve in the upcoming games as the team continues to jell together.
“Most of the players are new, so I’m still working on how they all fit into the team and I believe we shall hit the ground going very soon,” she said.
Goals in either half from Sharon Namatovu and Cissy Nakalawa for Muteesa ensured Faridah Bulega began her coaching role at Kampala Queens on a losing note despite Damali Matama pulling one back from a penalty towards the end of the game.
Kampala Queens return to action on 20th November with an away game against Riness Ladies team.