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Will Byekwaso pass first real test at KCCA?

By Shafic Kiyaga
Morley Byekwaso (R) talks to strikers Sadat Anaku and Charles Lwanga (L) during training | KCCA FC photo

When you visit the KCCA training ground in Lugogo, it is easy to notice what has changed over the past fortnight since Morley Byekwaso took interim charge of the club.

Crucially, the mood at the club has almost suddenly though not surprisingly been lifted as players now carry lighter emotions that looked dour during the final months of Mike Mutebi’s tenure.

Additionally, there have been a couple of tactical tweaks, but as Byekwaso admits, there have been limited time on the training ground to get a few more ideas across the ground amidst a congested match schedule.

Byekwaso has had a rollercoaster ride thus far in the role with victories against BUL Bidco in the league in his first game in charge before eliminating Naymityobora FC 5-2 on aggregate in the Stanbic Uganda Cup.

But the joyous highs will be put under serious scrutiny as KCCA prepare for a week that may define their season as they face two of the current top six.

On Tuesday Byekwaso takes his side on a trip to second placed URA FC at the Arena of Visions in Bombo with their week ending with a home tie against their sixth placed rivals SC Villa in the Kampala derby at Lugogo.

KCCA’s troubles have been documented this season to the extent that they cost the club’s most successful manager Mutebi his job.

So Byekwaso will be well aware that he is not safe from falling under pressure, particularly with his long term future yet to be decided.

The jury is expected to be out on his juvenile tenure. Will goals continue to flow as they have done in recent games? How does he set up his team against the best defensively organised teams in the division?

URA in particular have proved to be too formidable for KCCA with the Kasasiro Boys winning only two league games against the former since 2016.

Villa on the other hand got an odd 2-1 victory over KCCA earlier in the season which started a four game winless run for the club – the longest under Mutebi.

Victory in both games will be a major step forward for KCCA, particularly with no other top six side to play in the league until when Vipers visit on May 9.

In the bigger picture, KCCA cannot afford to drop more points or they risk losing further ground with the clubs in the hunt for the title.

Byekwaso needs to get to get through the next couple of games in good stead in order to provide more reason to be considered for a permanent role.

There are a lot of positives to take from his three games in charge with KCCA scoring eight goals in total, but even still there were discernible worries for Byekwaso and the rest of his interim staff.

While KCCA have had impressive start to games, the energy levels and tempo have often had incredible drop offs beyond the hour mark in all the games.

It is no secret that while Mutebi preferred to have his team press in phases and moments, Byekwaso on the other hand orders his team to always be on the front foot and hunt down the ball as soon as they lose possession.

The ‘gangho’ pressing has perhaps caused the drop in energy levels and it may be some time until the players get in the right physical shape to keep the same levels for the entire 90 minutes.

With a club like URA who will come at you for 90 minutes and a derby where there is all to play for, Byekwaso needs to find a balance and a style that works.

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