Edward Kaziba has heaped praise on Muhamed Nsereko for his tidy performance against BUL FC, and he believes the youngster can only get better for the club.
Nsereko saved Villa from the disappointment of suffering their sixth win of the season with a last gasp equalizer at the Bombo Barracks Grounds.
The young midfielder who is involved in his first season with the Jogoo senior team and racked up just his third appearance for the club on Wednesday.
Nsereko made a cameo appearance for the last 10 minutes with his goal earning Villa a 1-1 draw – on the day the club launched its new club logo and kit.
“He is a good player,” Kaziba told Football256 before adding; “And today’s performance they have the talent and potential to go with the demands of the club and the league.”
“It is his first season with the senior team but we are proud of what he has been able to do so far and honestly, such performances show his importance to the team.”
“I think he has done well for a player in his first season but we know he can get better and better,” Kaziba explained.
Kaziba admitted that his side struggled at the start of the game as BUL had better chances inside the opening 30 minutes.
Simon Peter Oketch had his shot from outside the box sail just inches over the crossbar while Musa Esenu had a free header at the far post but failed to beat Saidi Keni.
The Jogoo had a more solid second half with Muhamad Ssenoga threatening from range moments before Villa had a penalty appeal waved off by the referee after the ball looked to have struck DUD Ramathan’s arm.
BUL took the lead against the run of play as Esenu pounced on a poor clearance from goalkeeper Saidi Keni.
With time running out, Nsereko started and finished a move to level the score and earn a point for his side.
Villa stays seventh on the log on 31 points from 21 games while BUL climb into ninth on 25 points.