SC Villa has gone four league matches without victory and are yet to hit the back of the net in all of them.
However, they have scored seven in four continental fixtures and won as many without conceding which has seen them progress to the second round of CAF Confederations Cup.
This has left Coach Ibrahim Kirya a concerned man and he hopes his boys can replicate this in the Azam Uganda Premier League.
“It’s a big concern by the way,” he told www.upl.ug. “We need to replicate what we do on the continent at home,” he added.
Kirya whose side returns to league action on April 1 against rivals Viper SC find themselves 10th on the 16 team table albeit playing the least number of games; 17 but the tactician isn’t happy with games in hand.
“Such games bring immense pressure. They are never points and they are difficult. If there was any way to avoid compilation, then we would be happier.”
SC Villa have won the league a record 16 times but the title has remained elusive since 2004.