There is plenty of work to do if BUL FC is to advance to the next round of the 2022/23 CAF Confederation Cup qualifiers.
Uganda Cup champions are in Egypt for the second leg of the preliminary round against Future FC on Saturday. The first leg ended 0-0 at Kitende.
The oil manufacturers will have to be on top of their game in all departments but head coach Alex Isabirye has stated that they should be more productive offensively.
“It is going to be a very difficult game and we have to work really a lot,” Isabirye said from their base in Cairo.
“We did not score in the first leg which makes it a bit tricky for us but as well we did not concede and that is a positive for us going into the second leg.”
“The players are all ready and they know what is at stake. It is going to be a game of carefulness because we do not want to be punished by our opponents.”
“But the most important thing is to score goals, yes we have to be careful in defence but we need to create chances at take them away,” he added.
Isabirye has all his players available for selection apart from George Kasonko who did not travel with the team to North Africa
Kasonko has issues with his documents and also missed the first leg at St. Mary’s a week ago.
There is still all to play for in this encounter and the winner on aggregate on Saturday will meet either Buffles du Borgou FC from Benin or Sierra Leone’s Kallon FC in the next round of the qualifiers.
Kallon picked up a narrow 1-0 win away from home when the two sides met in the first leg last week.