Ndejje University tactician Raymond Komakech has lauded his team’s resolve exhibited while they were edging fellow new comers Paidha Black Angels to register their 2nd win of the season.
He also warned them against wasting chances which may be punished by more ruthless teams.
” I am so happy that the boys have gained confidence and their attitude has changed.”
“This will help us a lot in gathering points and I believe our target of staying up can be attained with such performances this season.”
Ndejje University missed a series of chances through Francis Onekalit, Dickens Kilama and Noel Nasasira a patch Komakech needs to iron out.
“We have won today but lost so many chances and when we look back in our last game against Police FC, the same feat happened. I believe we are going back on the drawing board and keep working on them so that at least every chance counts for us.”
” We are going in our next fixture against Jinja based side BUL FC with a target of avoiding a loss away so we are going to polish on the positives we had today and hardly work on the negatives” he added.
Ndejje University is 7th on the log of 16 with 6 points and will be back in action on Saturday 3rd- November as they visit BUL at FUFA Technical Centre Njeru.