KCCA FC head coach Morley Byekwaso has admitted that he is under pressure following the Kasasiro Boys’ failure to find consistency.
The 13-time StarTimes Uganda Premier League champions have won and lost two games apiece in their opening four fixtures.
“There is pressure on us as the technical team and the players as well,” Byekwaso told the media after KCCA’s 1-0 loss to newly promoted Maroons FC at Luzira on Friday.
“The more results continue failing to come our way, this pressure will also continue coming our way.”
“That is the nature of our job once you do not perform to the people’s expectations you intend to be put under pressure and we are getting used to it.”
“But we shall keep on trying to rectify our mistakes to ensure that results begin coming our way consistently,” he added.
Byekwaso’s charges started with a 3-2 win over Wakiso Giants before losing 3-1 to Arua Hill, they returned to winning ways with a statement 1-0 victory over Vipers a week ago.
But they could not build on their win over Vipers to pick up maximum points from their next games as they were edged 1-0 by Maroons courtesy of Fred Amaku’s 65th goal minute in Luzira.
“When you analyze the game, surely their ratio of attack was so low compared to ours but unluckily we lost to them,” Byekwaso noted.
Defeat left KCCA eighth on the 15-team log with six points, they will host another newbie Blacks Power FC on November 5th.