KCCA FC head coach Morley Byekwaso has exhorted his charges to continue working hard to establish consistency in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.
The Kasasiro Boys have played eight games so far, winning five, losing two, and drawing one, with the longest winning streak being two games.
“I am impressed with the way the team is playing especially at home,” Byekwaso said ahead of the game against Gaddafi Modern FC at MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo on Tuesday.
“The only time we have not won at home was when we drew with URA but still we had a good performance. The only challenge we are facing right now is inconsistency.”
“We have to try as much as we can to find a long winning streak so that we can keep competing at the high end of the table.”
“As we prepare to host Gaddafi, I know it is not going to be an easy game because they have good coaches and players who are experienced as far as this league is concerned but we shall be looking for maximum points,” he added.
KCCA and Gaddafi have met only twice previously given that the latter only gained promotion to the SUPL last season.
The Kasasiro Boys won the first leg 2-1 at Lugogo while the Soldiers Boys edged the former 1-0 in the second leg which was played in Jinja.
Prior to Tuesday’s match, the 13-time champions trounced rivals SC Villa 3-0, while Gaddafi also defeated Arua Hill SC 2-0 in their previous games respectively.
As far as the 15-team SUPL log is concerned, Byekwaso’s side is positioned fourth with 16 points while Wasswa Bbosa’s charges are placed eighth with 12 points.