Police Coach Abdallah Mubiru is happy with the team’s progress although he feels there is still a lot of work to do to reach where they want to be.
Police convincingly won 2-0 against Proline with a brace from new signing from Sadolin Paints Norman Ogik.
“We are yet to even reach half way,” he stated when asked on how he sees his side. “But am impressed that we are progressing well,” he added before revealing his long term target.
“We are thinking of building a team that can win the league and other competitions but that’s a target we think can be achievable in a third season. But we want to be competitive even at the moment.
Mubiru wasn’t as much impressed despite the commanding performance against his former paymasters but was happy the team scored twice and kept a clean sheet.
“We lost possession easily and just like in the previous game, we didn’t create so many chances,” he stated.
“We managed to score two goals something we didn’t do in the previous game although we could have scored more and of course this time round, we played as a team that wanted to win.
The gaffer was also happy with his strikers for getting the goals so far this season.
“It’s very important because we expect them to score goals. Unless you score, you can’t win matches and if they continue to have the momentum, I think it will be good for us.
Police’s next game is a tough trip against Onduparaka in Arua on Tuesday September 26.