In the wake of a painful CAF Confederations Cup exit at the hands of Congo Brazzaville’s As Otoho D’Oyo, you would think that the 3 goal deficit carried into the second leg tie the ended 2-0 at the StarTimes stadium would raise a red flag on the gaffer’s approach to away games.
Kcca have only secured one win in as many games played at continental level and are yet to keep a clean sheet playing away despite a widely held dogma that they have what it takes to play for at least a point if it is not for Mike Mutebi’s failure to respect opponents playing on away turfs.
But the philosopher insisted that his side will continue to play in the same style for home and away games.
“..the belief that we can always do it was exhibited,for a side that is emerging,to me that’s a positive . They played with determination and clarity. This young team has gathered enough experience to rub shoulders with the big teams..”
He then conceded on the a failed campaign on the continent,”..We have failed to achieve our target of playing in the group stages but as a club,we have other season targets and we shall now focus that.”
“.But we shall insist playing that way,there is a plan A,its all about perfecting it. There’s no plan B. That’s the difference between a big club and mediocre club.” he added.
On the same evening,Vipers Sc ,the other Ugandan representatives were subjected to a 3-0 thumping at Tunisian outfit Sc Sfaxien,a result that ended hopes for any Ugandan side at this year’s continental edition.