For someone who has not watched teams like URA play in a while, they still stuck with a mindset of URA playing that cagey frustrating kind of football.
URA have been the total opposite of that, largely in the second round of the 2018/2019 StarTimes Uganda Premier League.
As URA defeated Police 2-0 on Wednesday at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo, the affair was electric on both ends, the tax collectors very disciplined defensively.
While Said Kyeyune, Shafik Kagimu, Joachim Ojera and Vitalis Tabu proved that they can ably match Ahsraf Mugume, Balinya Juma, Shakur Makera and Nasur Basani.
Because of the game approach from both sides both goalkeepers were busy especially James Alitho in the URA goal.
But the nature of the goal that separated both sides had nothing to do with style of play. A howler after 38 minutes by Police FC goalkeeper Davies Mutebi gifted URA striker Cromwell Rwothomio.
Rwothomio found himself in yards of space before shooting at the Police goal, Mutebi dived but the ball went through his hands into the back of the net.
Police thought they would get back into the game, the kept their foot at the accelerator but the URA back line was up to the task.
Police eventually got close in the 51st minute, Balinya Juma beat the URA defense before hitting the crossbar with his effort.
At the hour mark, URA got another opportunity Rwothomio doubled the lead and completed his brace in the process but also killing the fighting spirit in the Police side.
URA coach Sam Ssimbwa got in trouble with the official, he was sent off for allegedly insulting the fourth official and match commissioner and also got into an altercation with his counterpart Abdallah Mubiru.
Not that the result had any impact on the league aside from URA trying to finish in a decent position on the 16 team log.
URA improved their position to third on the log with 50 points while Police dropped to 11th on 31 points ahead of the league climax on May 4th.