Three games into the 2022/23 StarTimes Uganda Premier League campaign, Soltilo Bright Stars are yet to master a victory.
The Kavumba-based outfit has so far picked three draws in succession, with the latest being a 1-1 draw to Lira side, Blacks Power FC. The others were barren draws to Vipers SC and Maroons FC.
However, head coach Asaph Mwebaze is convinced his team is taking steady improvements and steps in the right direction.
“The positives are there, we’ve come away from home twice and picked two points. I see us getting better with each game that we play,” said Mwebaze to the media after the Blacks Power game on Tuesday.
Having conceded first, Meddie Kyeyune levelled matters in the first half, before settling for a point at the Aki Bua Stadium.
“It was a difficult game away from home. You can say we took a point which could be positive because, in all truth, it was a difficult game.”
“Three points in three games is not bad but, we now need to work harder and get three points in our next matches.”
“We are a bit worried that we are not winning but the positive is, we are not losing so, it’s easier to work on something,” added the rather composed tactician.
Following the point away, Bright Stars currently lie seventh on the 15-team log with three points, with a home bout against UPDF FC next, on October 19.
Meanwhile, Blacks Power’s first point of the topflight didn’t change anything as they remain bottom of the log and will visit Wakiso Giants FC on October 21 in their next encounter.