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Mubiru expects more from Mugisa

Albert Mugisa watched by three SC Villa players at Namboole

Police coach Abdallah Mubiru was impressed with new boy Albert Mugisa on his debut but expects even more.

The former Ndejje University midfielder put up a man of the match performance against SC Villa in a 1-1 draw at Namboole as he ran the show in the middle of the pack.

“I was impressed he never respected anyone on his debut,” Mubiru told upl.co.ug. “But he is a player we expect can offer more and he also knows that,” he added.

“If he keeps fit on ground and continues to work hard, he will be a revelation among the creative midfielders in the league.

Police came from a goal down to draw 1-1 with the 16-time league champions in an impressive performance but Mubiru feels they could have done better.

“We deserved better than a point but being our first game, against a side with quality and history, we take it.

Mubiru’s charges host Proline next at Namboole in a televised picture on Friday next week.

They sit top of the log with four points, same as SC Villa, Vipers, Kirinya Jinja SS and Mbarara City but have a superior goal difference.