ask http://comefare.com/wp-includes/class-wp-locale.php geneva; color: #1d1d1d; font-size: small;”>“We are not going to speculate on the outcome of a match- URA always are setup to attack and Saturday come what may, sales our intention is to go out and win, more about ” Nkata who took over the Uganda Cup winners told Bukedde TV.
The two sides drew 0-0 in the first leg in Cameroon.
URA have a mountain to climb if they are to overturn their fortune back here in the Fufa Super League being a bit in deficit standing in seventh place with 24 points though with two games in hand and keep their title hopes alive.
The pressure is, however, atleast as intense upon Coton Sport who also have to conjure some African Champions League magic after the Cameroonians could only draw their opening leg home encounter with the Ugandans. Back in 2007, Coton Sport were 3-0 victors in that same leg.
A goal-scoring draw would be so welcome for the Wey Africans but Coton Sport senior defender Ambroise Oyongo on Tuesday called for his teammates to treat the return leg in Kampala with utmost seriousness.
”The message given by the coach must be communicated well and followed. We need to force ourselves, we have to have a desire to win because am sure we can beat this team on their turf.” He told mtnfootball.com
URA tactician Paul Nkata did disclosed to us that his game plan was score and not concede, preferring to use three midfielders other than the 5 he used in Cameroon.