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Kajoba interested in improving Vipers, not focussing on KCCA

By Shafic Kiyaga
Vipers SC coach Fred Kajoba | Vipers SC photo

Fred Kajoba concedes that their start to the season was a poor one, but he is more focussed on improving Vipers SC than getting distracted with how they stack up against rivals KCCA.

The champions were held to a 1-1 draw away to Wakiso Giants at the Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium, on Saturday afternoon in their first StarTimes Uganda Premier League game of the season.

The Venoms have already lost ground to their rivals who have won all their opening three games of the season; despite Vipers playing two games less.

It is still very early in the season and Vipers have not given up hope of catching the Kasasiro Boys, but Kajoba prefers to focus on how the champions can start winning games again.

The draw comes after Vipers had suffered home and away defeats to Sudan’s Al Hilal as they crashed out of the CAF Champions League at the preliminary round qualifiers.   

“It is a bad start, but we can build on that. The league has just started but we need to start winning games and chasing the title.”

“We are not focussing on KCCA or any team that has won three games, we need to collect as many points as we can and that means we have to win every game.”

“The objective is to win all your games. If you win, you give yourself a very good chance but if you don’t, then you put yourself in a difficult position.”

Muhamad Shaban made a scoring return after over 12-months out with a knee injury which required surgery.

The forward put Vipers ahead in the seventh minute, rising at the near post to glance Galiwango’s corner into the back of the net.

“Shaban is a striker of genuine quality,” Kajoba said in praise of the striker who was making his debut for the club a year after joining Vipers.

“We all know how dangerous he is, he can score goals and will be important for us,” he added.

Shaban’s his goal was cancelled out by Vianne Ssekajugo’s power strike in the 66th minute after the left footed forward played through on goal by Simon Namwanja.

Vipers dominated the game through the opening 15 minutes of the game, but laboured to impose themselves on the game as their hosts dominated possession for much of the game.

Wakiso Goalkeeper Derrick Emukule’s two saves in the second half from Ibrahim Orit were the only chances Vipers created for more than 70 minutes, but Kajoba put his team’s laboured performance down to the ‘potato filed like’ playing surface at Kabaka Kyabaggu.

“You cannot come from a surface like the one we have at Kitende and then expect to play well at such a field,” Kajoba exclaimed.

“When we first came in, I looked at how drenched it was and knew we were going to struggle to impose ourselves in the game. I think the field was a hazard us.”

“But we also have to learn how to take chances because if Orit had put away the chances he had, we should have been 3-0 up by the time they levelled,” he continued.

Kajoba will be hoping to welcome back some of his stars including captain Halid Lwaliwa, Geofrey Wasswa Abraham Nduggwa and AbdulKarim Watambala who tested positive for COVID-19 last week.

They however have to return negative tests before they are allowed to return to training with the rest of the group.

Vipers will look to bounce back from the disappointment when they host Airtel Kitara on Wednesday, December 16.

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