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Mazengo admits KCCA lacked cutting edge in their defeat to BUL

By Shafic Kiyaga
KCCA midfielder Stefano 'Loro' Mazengo | KCCA FC photo

Stefano ‘Loro’ Mazengo admitted that KCCA their return to competitive action after a two-month league break lacked the cutting edge but says the players should not feel sorry for themselves.

KCCA suffered a second straight loss when visiting BUL and a third consecutive league defeat, the first time it has happened under Mike Mutebi.

Musa Esenu and Robert Mukongotya were both on the scoresheet while Charles Lwanga pulled one back late in the game, as BUL picked up a 2-1 defeat at the Kyabazinga Stadium.

The result meant that KCCA lost more ground to major title rivals Vipers SC as they now find themselves fifth on the log, four points behind current log leaders Police FC.

There was some mitigation for KCCA as they were missing Sam Ssenyonjo scorer of six goals for the club this season, Sadat Anaku and Gift Ali.

Nevertheless, Mazengo was not looking for excuses, telling media after the game: “Definitely disappointed as a group that we didn’t take all three points or anything from this game.”

“We came here expecting to take home three points, but when they scored the first goal, we did not make the right adjustments to trouble them in the first half.”

“I think we did not match their energy level, but honestly, I cannot blame any of my teammates or coaching staff because we prepared very well for this game,” he added.

Mazengo was not involved from the start, coming on as a second-half substitute.

BUL took the lead in the 33rd minute, former KCCA striker Musa Esenu lashing onto Joseph Ssemujju’s well laid through pass before chipping over Charles Lukwago.  

KCCA almost replied immediately as Bright Anukani and Ashraf Mugume combined well but the latter’s shot was kept out by BUL goalkeeper Abdul Kimera.

Samson Kigozi had a great opportunity to level matter with half time looming, but the forward failed to make a clean connection with Kezironi Kizito’s cross.

BUL doubled their lead early in the second half, Mukongotya’s free-kick beating Lukwago who should have done better.

The Kasasiro Boys were awarded a penalty with 10 minutes to go, but Brian Aheebwa was thwarted by Kimera.

Second-half substitute Charles Lwanga did pull a goal back for KCCA in the 90th minute, but it was too little too late to wrestle at least a point back.

“They scored a second goal early in the second half, a mistake from our captain but that is football, and I love the spirit that we tried to fight back and, on another day, we could have taken a draw,” he said.  

“When we got the penalty, it was the lifeline we needed in the game but when we missed the penalty with 10 minutes to go it was always going to be tough.”

“They started wasting time, having players go down injured and even though we nicked one back later in the game it was not enough.”

“It is tough, six games in the season and KCCA have lost three games already but we have to bounce back in the next game and take all three points.”

“But we recognise that it is not going to be any easy because six or eight teams will be involved in the race, however it is about us getting the results that we need to get,” he continued.

It doesn’t get easier for KCCA as they face tricky challenges in their upcoming fixtures.

A trip to the Betway Muteesa II Stadium comes next on Wednesday, January 17. Another trip to the Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium follows a home game against newly-promoted MYDA FC.  

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