The smiles all over his face albeit the wrinkles after the referee blow the final on Saturday evening at the Champions Stadium Mwererwe were a clear indicator of relief from the Onduparaka veteran tactician Leo Adraa
This was the first time his team collected a point from the Mwererwe based Bright Stars Football Club.
After the 1-1 draw on Saturday evening, the Onduparaka manager told www.football-256.com that he was satisfied with his boys’ performance because the host haven’t been an easy nut to crack since his team was promoted to the Premier League.
“I’m glad that we have managed to secure a point from Bright Stars. We knew that we were meeting a stubborn side and we came prepared for them that’s why we have managed to pick a point,” said Adraa.
He however warned KCCA FC relating on the day’s performance of his team that his boys are now motivated and ready for the next big match, which will be played on Tuesday at StarTimes Stadium Lugogo.
Because of a Shs2M fine by FUFA, for putting the game in disrepute, Bright Stars coach Fred Kajoba said he won’t be saying anything do to with football and he kept his word. He declined to give a post match interview after the game and delegated to his assistant Paul Kiwanuka.
“We dominated the game for almost all the minutes but my boys only failed to convert the chances created into goals, it was just bad luck on our side,” said Kiwanuka.
Onduparaka has only managed a draw and lost twice from the three visits at the Champions Stadium Mwererwe.