Ayiekoh blames losing streak on fatigue, vows to bounce back on track

Gladys Zawedde 

Maroons head coach Charles Ayiekoh refuses to press the panic button and affirms that his team will get back on track and challenge for promotion.

Maroons have suffered back to back defeats against Calvary and Mbale Heroes in their latest league matches

“My players looked fatigued. Imagine we played on Thursday in Arua and had to travel immediately yet we have so many injurie and the fixture is so congested with no time to rest.”

“Although we have lost six points to defeatable sides which raises concern, we have not lost hope and I am very sure we will bounce back to UPL”

“There has been some relactancy but we are going to solve that, I confirm we are still among the contenders.”

“Some of my players are injured but with my experience I can juggle those available and get the results we need.”

Nelson Mandela, Ceaser Olega, Musa Ssali, Abraham Tusubira, Solomon Walusimbi, and Samuel Omara are all injured

The Prison Warders are fourth on Elgon group with seven points from five games.

They next visit Kataka Football in Mbale on Wednesday 19th-April at Mbale Municipal Stadium.

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