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CAF CL: ‘Poor First half, great second half’ – Kajoba

By Shafic Kiyaga
Vipers coach Fred Kajoba | Vipers SC photo

Viper SC head coach Fred Kajoba takes a lot of positives from his side’s second-half display in their 1-0 defeat at home to Al Hilal Omdurman in their CAF Champions League preliminary round qualifier first leg.

Kajoba slammed their performance in the first half describing it as not to the level required by the club.

Vipers who started the game on a high and nearly took an early lead through debutant Jamil Kaliisa’s low drive and also had a penalty appeal turned off early on before they went behind following Walid El Shoal’s volley in the 26th minute.

The Venoms mastered only two shots on target, a weak effort from Abdul Karim Watambala and Geoffrey Wasswa’s free kick from range summing up their first half frailty.

“Poor first half, very good second half but now we have to go back to the drawing board and correct those small mistakes,” Kajoba said after the game.

“In the first half we didn’t play good football. I felt some of the players in the were below par in the first half and I thought they were not at the level required to play at Vipers,” he added

Congolese forward Cesar Mazoki who was making his debut for the club blew three chances to pull his side back, and also had a penalty appeal waved off after he was brought down inside the area.

Ibrahim Orit who came on at the stroke of half time and was Vipers’ better player on the day drew two fine saves from Hilal goalkeeper Abdullah Abu Eshrin.

Much of that was down to a change in shape by Kajoba to a back three, as the Venoms went in search of an equaliser.

“I liked how we handled the game in the second half. I thought we were better, braver and had purpose about our play,” Kajoba said.

“We shifted our shape to a back three, and that helped us have more men inside their half.”

“We had good opportunities to get back into the game, we created around five or six goalscoring chances but didn’t take them.”

“That gives me a lot of confidence in the team that we can build on that and turn around this fixture. It is not entirely out of our hands and am positive we can get the result in Sudan,” he continued.

Vipers suffered their second loss at home in the Champions League qualifiers since they were beaten by CS Constantine in 2018.

Vipers now need to overturn the score and win by two goals when the two sides meet in the second leg on Saturday, December 5 in Sudan.

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