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We are not scoring enough – Bossa

By Brian Aheebwa
Express FC players led by goal scorer Eric Kambale (7) celebrate their goal against KCCA FC at Wankulukuku / Sanyuka TV Photo

Express FC frontline squandered many goal-scoring opportunities in their StarTimes Uganda Premier League one-all draw against city rivals KCCA FC at the Betway Muteesa ll Stadium, Wankulukuku on Wednesday evening.

Eric Kambale gave them the lead at the stroke of halftime but their continuous lack of conviction in front of the KCCA FC goal cost them, then Charles Lwanga levelled matters for the Lugogo based side in the 87th minute.

A result that left Express’ head coach Wasswa Boosa a worried man urging his strikers to be more clinical in front of goal going forward.

“I think we should concentrate more on improving on the number of goals we score because we create the chances but we convert less,” Boosa said after the game before adding.

“Now like in this game against KCCA we had all the chances to walk away with all the three points but netted only once which was not enough depending on the number of chances we created on the day.”

“So we shall have to try hard and rectify that so that we can have our strikers scoring more goals going forward,” he added.

Boosa should be pleased that his side is creating the chances but the lack of goals from such opportunities is indeed worrying and needs to be addressed.

Kambale, Godfrey Lwesibaawa, George Ssenkaba, and Frank Kalanda can take the blame for Express not winning on the day because they showed up without their scoring boots.

The six-time League champions may also be a little bit shaky at the back having kept only two clean sheets out of the seven games this season.

But the number of goals they have shipped in is not that much compared to what other teams have conceded.

Only Police FC, with three goals, have conceded less than Express who have taken in five same as UPDF FC.

Express have scored only eight goals, the fourth-lowest number of goals in the division so far and despite scoring in all the seven games.

Express have scored two goals only once, they beat Bright Stars FC 2-1 on matchday two. A clear indication that there is a need to improve their conversion rate.

They now lie fourth on the 16-team log on 13 points three behind pacesetters Police who are on 16 points.

The Reds are who still unbeaten, will make a trip to Jinja to take on BUL FC at the FUFA Technical Center, Njeru on Saturday, February 20.

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