Kampala – less than 24 hours ago, Kampala City Council Authority Football Club after beating Lweza two-zero, were rightly judged champions of the Azam Uganda Premier League for the second consecutive season, and the twelfth time in history.
Their coach Mike Hillary Mutebi who has managed the club in the two episodes of the successful seasons believes the victory besides giving them space to concentrate on other competitions like Uganda Cup and most importantly Caf Confederation, it has added to their confidence.
“It is a good feeling that we win the championship with two games to go. I’m because this helps us concentrate on the Confederation Cup games because the league title task is out of way. There is an improvement from the way we play, the understanding of the game and player’s confidence. All these factors have started to sink in and that is our target.” Quotes the 47-year-old tactician from the club website.
“We have Africa, we can only evaluate ourselves on the continent because that is where we rub shoulders with the best. So this only gives us confidence to go and compete ably rather than participate” Added Mutebi.
The Kasasiro boys were considered the champions of Uganda’s top tier with two games to play, one against Proline and the other against Sadolin paints however this weekend the Journey to greatness for the club continues as they will face Fus Rabat in Morocco.
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