When SC Villa forced a two all draw against Police in the first round of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League at Lugogo, Police coach Abdallah Mubiru described the result as unfair.
Police had dominated possession and created numerous chances but couldn’t find the back of the net even when Villa were down to ten men in the biggest part of the second half.
“I don’t mean to disrespect them or anything but Villa didn’t deserve even a single point today,” Mubiru said then.
Douglas Bamweyana was in the Villa dugout then, weeks later the same sentiments were shared by the former Express coach as his side drew one all with Bright Stars on Wednesday at Namboole.
“It’s a devastating result against a very disorganized team. Our opponents didn’t look a match to us, to have them go away with a point is unfair in football, but this is football, it can be that unfair,” Bamweyana told www.football256.com.
“The only ball they probably out in our goal was that shot, of course we were very sloppy we should have dealt with it better but we didn’t and got punished, but we worked for our goal and got it.”
SC Villa scored through scorer Bashir Mutanda in the 42nd minute, before Alfred Onek leveled terms in the 45th minute.
“I am not happy for today’s result, we had prepared well for the opponents and we expected a positive result from the game. This is the game we would have won comfortably.”
“We have a lot of things to work on, we have to create more chances and improve on our conversion rate as a team, but otherwise we are disappointed with the result because we have played a weaker side,” he added.
He however insisted that they are to use their mistakes against Bright Stars, to guide them to the victory against Vipers on Saturday at St, Mary’s Stadium Kitende.
“We go into every game with an aim of winning, we know them very well, we know how they play and we are capable of beating every team, we want to win the game come Saturday to give our fans a smile,” he said.
The result left the Uganda Premier League record champions 12th with 15 points, while Bright Stars is 9th with 22 points from 17 outings.