Vipers Sports Club head coach Edward Golola feels there is more work to be done to improve the team’s attack after struggling to beat Mbarara City on Friday in a Pilsner Super 8 cup semi-final.
The Venoms, with the depth and quality of strikers in their squad, could only manage one goal in open play despite creating tonnes of chances.
Brian Ahebwa had threatened the hosts with a 77th-minute goal but substitute Tito Okello who had been introduced after the goal spent no time in ensuring the match went into spot-kicks.
Golola was impressed with the result but not the same with his wasteful strikers.
“I am impressed that they played under instructions and won the game. They have shown a lot of discipline and character which is very important going forward. Even though we won, we saw the grey areas where we shall concentrate on. We have to do more in our finishing and attacking as a whole; that will be our main objective when we resume training. We are very prepared to start well and get our first win on the continent; it is good that we are starting at home.”