KCCA manager Mike Mutebi insists he is not worried after the Azam Uganda Premier League (AUPL) defending champions once again fired blanks.

The goalless draw at URA on Wednesday was KCCA’s second without goals in four matches, with the 4-1 thrashing of Onduparaka their only win heading into a two-week break.

Striker Derrick Nsibambi fluffed the game’s best chance when left with only goalkeeper Mathias Mugwanya to beat on a day URA also offered little.

“We were not effective and our players did not associate well in the final third,” admitted Mutebi.

“But we played against a very organized side. So I’m not worried. I’m not worried because we are still creating chances.”

KCCA’s struggles in front of goal were not helped by the fact that the acquisition of Shaban Muhammed, whom they communicated to have signed recently, is still being contested by Onduparaka.

“We failed to get his license in time but he will be around for the next game,” he clarified Mutebi.

The result left KCCA in fifth place on six points while URA are 10th position on five.

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