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Former midfielder questions KCCA tactics, lambasts Byekwaso

By Allan Damba
KCCA FC's Allan Okello (10) battles for possession with Wakiso Giants' George Kaddu infront of a full house at Lugogo | KCCA FC Image

Under-fire KCCA FC head coach Morley Byekwaso continues to receive criticism from different spheres around the football faithful for his indifferent spell at the MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo.

Despite a heavy summer spending spree, the 45 year-old has witnessed a stop-start to the 2022/23 Uganda Premier League season.

Byekwaso’s side have lost and won twice apiece, inducing huge denunciation from former KCCA player Ibrahim Sadam Juma.

“I watched their last game in Luzira against Maroons, they have a lot of talent but he (Morley) is yet to figure out how to field them,” Juma said on NBS Sport on Monday.

“It’s high time he let those players express themselves on the field,” added the rather passionate former Uganda Cranes midfielder in the emotional engagement.

This campaign’s average show is a continuation of a torrid first full season (2021/22) in charge where he finished second, but with 18 points adrift of champions Vipers SC.

And, Juma thinks Byekwaso’s tactics are the Kasasiro Boys’ biggest letdown and feels there has to be a bit of flexibility.

Former KCCA FC midfielder Saddam Ibrahim Juma while appearing on NBS Sport’s Sport This Morning | NBS Sport Image

“Why do you play Ashraf Mugume further ahead in the midfield? He also got his substitutions wrong. How do you take off Allan Okello, Moses Waiswa and Rogers Mato? Who’s going to create?” Juma questioned.

“It was surprising to see them play aerial balls when Kankonde (Tshisungu Simon) was taken off the pitch, so you wonder who was going to hold or head them,” a baffled Juma added.

Juma went further to allude to the club’s former head coach Mike Mutebi and the tactics that he feels always made the team tick and thinks Byekwaso, who was his deputy should have learnt a thing or two.

“Mike told us at one time to express ourselves even after conceding three goals on the continent and always emphasized how we progressed as a team.”

“Morley was under Mike, he must have picked a leaf. He must showcase what he wants his team to play. KCCA has to dominate games and that’s something Morley has to embrace.”

KCCA occupy a distant eighth place on the 15-team log with six points in four matches. They will host strugglers Blacks Power FC in their next encounter on Saturday.

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