It’s a culture for coaches to always complain whenever their teams drop points and URA tactician Sam Ssimbwa is the latest after his side’s one all draw against Nyamitybora on Friday at Kakyeka.
Ssimbwa accused his players of being with a negative attitude through the game that had Cromwel Rothomio give them the lead after just 27 minutes, a lead that was later cancelled out by Joseph Akandahwo.
“We have not played well today, our attitude was very poor this time around, we started with a negative attitude,” Ssimbwa told www.football-256.com before adding.
“Maybe the players took it for granted that Nyamityobora is one of the teams at the bottom, and we squandered many chances in the first half,” he added.
The nomadic coach also attributed his side’s failure to win the game to the poor quality of Kakyeka Stadium.
“The ground was not good, it was bumpy and these people seemed like they are used to it, they were just kicking the ball upfront which disorganized our system of play,” he noted.
Ssimbwa however, believes that the second position target in the league is still possible for the tax collectors.
“We are still continuing to see that we chase Vipers for the second position, we wanted even to widen the two-point gap between us and Mbarara City. So we are looking at first cementing the third position, then we shall think on catching Vipers,” he claimed.
The result left Nyamityobora FC lingering in 15th position with 17 points while URA remained third with 43 points with five games to go.