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Mwebaze senses improvement at Bright Stars

By Brian Aheebwa
Bright Stars' Sam Ssenyonjo (L) battles for possession with KCCA FC's Brian Majwega during a pre-season friendly at Lugogo | Bright Stars Image

Gauging from Soltilo Bright Stars FC’s struggles last season where they battled relegation all season long, it is right to say that new head coach Asaph Mwebaze is in for a huge test.

Mwebaze, who has been absent from coaching football for three seasons, was handed a three-year contract and the task at hand is to lift up last campaign’s sinking stars.

The former Maroons FC, Onduparaka FC, and Nyamityobora FC coach is optimistic that his team is going to have a better season compared to the preceding one.

“I know a few of the challenges the club faced last season like losing their best striker Samuel Ssekamatte to Arua Hill SC,” Mwebaze told Football256 before adding.

“The people who were here managed to help the team stay up, that is the most important thing and that chapter is closed.”

“I am a new coach with a different philosophy and as well we have brought in new players with whom I have been working in the preseason.”

“There is already an improvement in the squad given the engagements we have had in the preseason and everyone is ambitious, eager to learn and to help each other,” he added.

Mwebaze’s Stars will begin their 2022/23 campaign with a visit to St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende to take on defending champions Vipers SC on Friday, September 30th.

It is a game of huge magnitude given the kind of opponents they are going to face but he believes it will be a reality check of how far they have improved from last season.

“They are the best team in the league meaning that how we play against them will show a lot regarding how we want to play the enter season.”

“We can not gauge ourselves over one game but the first game will always be of a great impact,” Mwebaze noted.

Last season Bright Stars used three coaches, Baker Mbowa, Simon Peter Mugerwa, and Paul Kiwanuka.

When asked about the impact of changing coaches, Mwebaze noted that it is aimed at improving the team depending on the situation it is in at a particular time.

“Teams sack coaching looking for better results and as coaches, it is part of our vocation if you do not provide results then you are always bound to be fired.”

“But we shall ensure that does not happen to up by producing good results for the team to improve from the state it was in last season,” Mwebaze concluded.

The Kavumba-based side added a host of players to their roaster but midfielder Noordin Bunjo from Proline FC and striker Sam Ssenyonjo from KCCA FC will be the players to watch.

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