Micho said that it is important for the time to work hard and get six points to qualify for the last stage of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.
Micho who got his first win as Cranes Coach last Saturday with a 1-0 victory over Liberia said he was not happy with the goal drought. He said it is important for Uganda to start scoring if the team wishes to go to the World Cup and to score from limited space and limited time.
He said he believes a lot in his players and hopes Ugandan fans will come in bigger numbers on Saturday to support the team against Angola. Speaking about his next opponents, Micho said although he respects them, he is not scared and will push his team to go all out and win the game.
Cranes are second in Group J with five points behind table leaders Senegal. The Cranes will face Senegal in the last Group game in September in a neutral venue.