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Uganda Cup: Byekwaso urges KCCA to take big step and save season against Express

By Shafic Kiyaga
KCCA's Juma Balinya attempts a shot from a free kick as Gift Ali looks on | KCCA FC photo (Robert Mulamule)

Morley Byekwaso has challenged his KCCA FC players to fight for victory and try save the club’s season in the Stanbic Uganda Cup second leg against rivals Express FC.

The Kasasiro Boys welcome Wasswa Bbosa’s Red Eagles to the MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo on Friday. Byekwaso’s side has no margin for error after playing to a goalless draw in the first leg at Wankulukuku.

KCCA are in fourth place in the Uganda Premier League, 13 points behind leaders Express, and must win the Uganda Cup to secure silverware this season and also a chance to qualify for the CAF Confederations Cup.

Next season is likely to be KCCA’s first without continental football since the 2016/17 campaign if they do not progress past Express.

“Tomorrow’s game is the best game for any team to win,” Byekwaso told media, adding; “It is like a final, everything is there to win, and everyone will come all out.”

“We are at a disadvantage heading into the game, but we have to make sure that we take the big steps and ensure that we score goals and apply our tactics well.”

KCCA have won just seven of the 14 games Byekwaso has been in charge of the club since replacing Mike Mutebi in March a run of performance that has raised concerns over his ability to lead the club in the long term.

But Byekwaso has seen his side put up a five-game unbeaten run in all competitions, the longest of his tenure so far.

But he would buy himself crucial points should KCCA progress at least to the final of the Uganda Cup. For that to happen, Byekwaso will need a big performance from a squad that has grappled with consistency.  

“I think we played well in the first leg but could only pick up a goalless draw. With a home and away tie, that is not enough, and now that gives them the advantage,” the KCCA care taker manager explained.

“Express is in great form at the moment. They are top of the league, so they are shooting two birds with one stone while we must use our one stone carefully to kill the only bird we are aiming at.”

“That means that we need to do our best tomorrow to see that we win and progress. But it will not be easy against an opponent like Express,” he said.

“We need to be better in possession, we need to dominate them, and we have to make sure that we take care of every detail.”

“We are hungry for success through the Uganda Cup, so I promise we shall give it our best shot tomorrow,” Byekwaso continued.

KCCA dominated the first leg for spells but struggled to break down Express. Byekwaso is buoyed by the return of striking duo Sadat Anaku and Samuel Ssenyonjo who both missed the first leg through injury.

Defender Denis Iguma is suspended for the game after accumulating two yellow cards. He joins a list of prominent absentees including Samson Kigozi, Filbert Obenchan, Julius Poloto and Joseph Bukenya.

Meanwhile, Byekwaso also has potential wild cards in teenager Dominic Ayella who returned to first team training this week and academy graduate Elvis Mwanje who is part of the squad.

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