KCCA FC Patron, who also serves as the Lord Mayor of Kampala Erias Lukwago, is not impressed by the club’s performance.
This was at the launch of KCCA’s new shirt sponsor CHINT Electric at Mestil Hotel in Kampala on Monday.
Lukwago expressed his anger in the presence of the team manager Morley Byekwaso and his assistant Badru Kaddu.
“What is happening on the field of play is intolerable and we are calling on the players and the technical team to up their game.”
“We don’t entertain mediocrity and sloppiness so the lackluster performance should be a pointer to several changes that can be made.”
“KCCA is a huge brand that has got a profile, history, and pedigree to protect and how we can attract multi International investors like CHINT,” Lukwago noted.
The Lord Mayor also added: “So we can’t afford to move backward we must work together as a team to push forward an agenda of ensuring that we remain on top.”
“Last season our performance was not the best and the start of the new season has also not been good so everyone associated with the club must pull up their socks.”
The 13-time champions finished the 2021/22 campaign in second place in the 16-team Uganda Premier League.
However, the point gap between them and the eventual winners Vipers SC was a staggering 18, the former collected 56 points compared to the latter’s 74 points.
This season Byekwaso’s charges have played twice and edged Wakiso Giants FC 3-2 before losing 3-1 to Arua Hill SC.
The above has left Byekwaso and his technical team’s future uncertain should the results fail to change.