URA coach Ibrahim Kirya admits his club are still struggling to find footing four matches into the 2017/18 Azam Uganda Premier League (AUPL) season.
The tax collectors have managed just five points from the aforementioned number of games.
The goalless draw at home to KCCA on Wednesday left the four-time winners, URA, a distant 10th position in the 16-team league.
“It is worrying that we do not have as many points as we would have wanted,” admitted Kirya.
“But we played an equally strong team. We were too slow when we reached the opposition half.
“We cannot change much as of now, but going forward, we really have to get our act together, and quick.”
For now, URA and Kirya will nurse their wounds at least until October 10 when the league returns from a two-week break.
Vipers, the two-time league champions, went into this break top of the log with 10 points.