Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) football club head coach Kefa Kisala has confessed the result against Onduparaka was a sigh of relief to him amidst concerns about his job.
A delighted Kisala told Chimpreports after the emphatic 3-1 win over Onduparaka on Saturday that the win will help bring back morale to the team.
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Kisala has been under immense pressure of late winning just one game in the opening eight a factor that sparked reports that the coach was in line to lose his job.
Asked about whether he feels his job is safe, Kisala said he is focused on making sure they gain momentum as soon as possible.
“Of course every job comes with pressure and once you do not deliver, the pressure keeps mounting but we are now focusing on picking momentum and keep on the right track,” Kisala indicated.
Kisala confessed he still has concerns with his defence but he is optimistic the woes will be curbed very soon.
” We are still struggling in defence perhaps because we are still trying to figure out the better partnership. That is why there has been a lot of rotations but I believe we shall solve that soon,” he said.
Goals from Peter Lwasa,Ronald Kigongo and Shafik Kagimu ensured the tax collectors staged a 3-1 comeback after Mohammed Shaban had given Onduparaka the lead.