Paul Nkata, URA head coach has called upon his strikers to work harder to put away the many chances they create.
“We are creating so many chances, but the striking line is a little blunt,” Nkata told reporters in an interview on Monday. URA FC, who were disposed from top position last week by KCCA FC, have drawn in their last three games.
But Nkata thinks although some of his strikers are not enjoying good form, they will pick up form at the right time. Last week Cranes striker Frank Kalanda, who moved from Express FC, scored his first goal in 10 matches.
“I am glad I picked up my first goal in the league, but I will continue to work hard so that I score more goals. I am very positive that the goals will come,” said Kalanda, who is also a trained carpenter.
URA FC, who represented Uganda at the 2013 CECAFA Club Championship in Sudan, are currently second behind KCCA FC, but they will have to be at their best when they face fourth-placed Sports Club Victoria University in a league game.
The other games in the FUFA Super League on card tomorrow will see Police host Masaka LC FC, while Emmanuel Okwi will be back in action to lead SC Villa against Entebbe FC.