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KCCA ride on luck in league victory with a touch of class

By Football256 Team

In a season where their nearest competition was Vipers SC, URA FC and little known Mbarara City did not necessarily stand up to the task, KCCA were phenomenal and lucky in equal measure.

The brilliance of Mike Mutebi once again came to the fore this season as we saw an exhibition of tactical master class. Especially in how he handled a team beaming of potent talent while shuffling it up with rookies while still managing to put up a show of resplendence.

To understand this better, we’ll have to look at the setup of the team; for starters, Mutebi has become synonymous with the 3-5-2 formation. What strikes awe about him is not his mere deployment of personnel but the instilling of role-understanding in the players.

Even players who have hardly had a sniff in the team this season such as Eric Senjobe and Muwada Mawejje have excelled exceedingly well in their roles as feft center back and right wing back respectively.

With the advent of this system, KCCA really stretch the width of the pitch so wide apart with the line hugging wing Back’s in Mustafa Kiiza and Julius Poloto or most recently, Gift Ali.

This means they tend to stretch the opposition out wide thus creating pockets of space for their industrious and highly inventive midfielders such as Allan Okello, Sadam Ibrahim Juma, Jackson Nunda, Muzamiru Mutyaba and the impressive Nicholas Kasozi.

This phenomena was best experienced in the 6-3 drubbing of Abdullah Mubiru’s Police at the StarTimes Stadium. Police just simply couldn’t contend with the tactical astuteness of KCCA and the mobility of the opposition on the day.

They were all over the place, particularly in the first half, and it’s thus a no brainer that KCCA went into the halftime break with a 5-1 lead. A bit of parity was restored by Police in the second half hence making the scoreline a little more respectable as the game climaxed 6-3.

But like the old age adage goes: luck is a function of intent, and clearly we witnessed this in the hot pursuit of the league title. Many a time KCCA were handed a window of opportunity by their opponents. This was best witnessed where KCCA dropped points only for the likes of Vipers and Mbarara to run out of steam as well.

Mbarara City for all the good work they would put-in in the first round of the season simply inexplicably capitulated. They embarked on a run of several draws and a couple of loses in their making them fall off the chasing pack.

For Vipers, to simply put it, they just matched KCCA at whatever ills they came up with. Where KCCA drew, Vipers would draw or worse still, throw away the game. The moment of truth came when they travelled to the Arena of Visions to face Ndejje. They had the opportunity to mount pressure on KCCA and close on the four-point gap.

Vipers were playing 24 hours later after having witnessed KCCA being held to a one all a draw against Tooro United at Buhinga a day earlier. Seemed like it was a task too much to ask for Michael Nam Ouma’s lads as a catalogue of calamities consigned them to a 2-1 defeat against Raymond Komakech’s relegation struggling side.

All in all, Mike Mutebi’s tactical nuance and brilliant man management skills coupled with a little bit of luck in there just paved way for the ‘Kasasiro Boys’ to sail to their 13th league crown. For now, the chasing park can only ponder on what might have been but it’s only a classic gesture if we give them credit for all it’s worth.


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