Proline director Mujib Kasule believes the quality of the league has improved from the time his side was relegated three years ago.
Kasule, who is also the acting coach of the side, has also hinted at the gap between the big sides and small ones narrowing.
“The quality has improved,” he said before revealing why. “Because the coaches now are applying the knowledge they have acquired through the courses. The gap between the so called big teams and the small ones has also narrowed that’s why the league is more technical now.”
On his side’s performance, Kasule says it’s not so bad but given the quality of the squad at their disposal, they should have done more.
Given the fact that we have just been promoted, we have not done so badly but if you go by the quality of our squad and the way we dominated games, we believe that we could have done better.
Proline has conceded 22 goals, the most in the first half but have scored the league’s 3rd highest tally with 19.
The former KCCA centre forward admits his charges must learn to defend as a team and throwing away points from winning positions is also a worry for Kasule.
“We play an entertaining game with attacking as the theme,” he said. “Our defending has not been good but the major worry is breaking down as a team after taking a lead and allowing teams to come back before we take control again. We have to learn how to defend as a team,” he emphasized.
He also talked about the club’s target insisting they are not far from it with an entire second round to play.
We set out to finish in the top 8 and it is still our target. It is very achievable and we are confident that we shall achieve it. We are just 2 points off that mark with lots of football still to play.”
The Azam Uganda Premier League doesn’t return until the second half which kicks off in February next year.