Despite being rooted at the bottom of the Azam Uganda Premier League log after three games, Proline coach Mujib Kasule isn’t a worried man.
His side lost their second successive game with a defeat to Norman Ogik brace for Police at Namboole on Friday.
“Not at all, we have been in this position for a while,” he replied when asked at the team’s position at the moment. “We always start slow because there are so many things we try to do and we don’t hurry results. That’s what we are and will continue to work on that.
“We shall continue to train and work on things that make us strong and we are sure it will come good.
On the loss against the Cops, Kasule admitted his side lost to a far better side as his team were second best in almost all departments.
“I think it was a tough game for us,” he admitted. “Police played well; they were more physical and definitely fitter than us. They are more of a team and it told,” he added.
“We committed two mistakes, two goals. For most of the match, we were disjointed but that was expected because we are just putting this team together. So at the end of the day, we couldn’t play as a team and work together to get a result that we anticipated.
Proline returns to action on Tuesday September 26 against Soana at StarTimes stadium, Lugogo.