URA and Bul will seek redemption when they face off at Namboole on Tuesday afternoon.
The two sides have had a false start and have won just once in five games, tied on five points with the hosts on the day 11th whilst the visitors are a place better.
Ibrahim Kirya, who replaced Kefa Kisala, the man in the opposite dugout has urged his boys to forget about the previous results and focus on the game at hand.
“We have to forget about our previous game and focus on tomorrow’s (Tuesday) match because it’s another chance for us to get a good result,” said Kirya. “We haven’t had a start we wanted,” he added.
The game against Bul is tricky since we are almost in a similar situation but the target is to pick up ourselves and take the day.
His counterpart whose charges lost 3-1 to what looked a depleted KCCA thinks his team’s abysmal start is due to lack of cohesion.
“We are still disjointed because the team is completely different from last season’s,” he said. “The squad is entirely new with only three faces from the previous season so it’s understandable that we are yet to gel,” he added.
Players are new to each, but we have been fighting since the season started and tomorrow we shall continue to do the same; fight, while hoping for the best.
Richard Wandyaka, another old boy at URA will be key for the visitors as well as midfielders Yunus Sibira and Abdu Mayanja in the middle of the pack.