SC Villa coach Shafiq Bisaso has termed his team’s victory against BUL FC as a ‘lucky’ one. The Jogoos defeated the self proclaimed ‘Eastern Giants’ courtesy of Ambrose Kirya’s late first half goal.
“I am happy with the result though it was not the kind of performance I expected, mind http://cyberstudio.biz/main/modules/mod_syndicate/helper.php ” Bisaso told ChimpSport.
“We are content though the goal was a lucky one. 50% of football is luck and if you’re lucky you win the game.”
Bisaso has now maintained a perfect record in his first two games in charge since assuming the head coach role from his former boss Deo Serwadda.
He acknowledged the opposition staged up by the home team and admits his boys struggled to find their rhythm throughout the game.
“They presented a tough challenge with their physical style of play and the field didn’t do us any better. The pitch wasn’t in good shape. All in all I admit we struggled upfront but nevertheless the win covers up. We’re in a building stage but we’ll get better as time goes.”
Rumours had it that midfielder Vitalis Tabu who is the club’s joint top scorer (with four goals) was on suspension for returning late from Arua after their loss to Onduparaka but the coach calms it down saying the player was just sick. Tabu didn’t feature in the win against Saints and was only introduced on the 54th minute on Friday.
“He has been sick that’s why he missed our last game and we needed to gradually bring him back to his best. That’s the reason he came in late, find ” Bisaso added.
Villa return to action on Saturday 29th in the derby with Express FC at Nakivubo.