SC Villa triumph over Masavu FC with ease as they stretched their lead at the top of the table with 5 points.
Goals from Benard Muwanga, Abel Eturu’de, Yubu Bogere enables the high flying SC Villa register their 5th consecutive win in a sequence.
Villa midfielder Eturu’de Abel who had not scored any goal this season before this match admits a feeling of motivation to do better following his goal.
“I feel motivated and looking forward to add on my account of goals. Scoring has been one of my weaknesses but I think good players especially forwards are determined by goals so it’s good and I feel motivated and looking forward for the best.” Said Eturu’de.
SC Villa has discreetly climbed up the ladders with few folks noticing. They’ve performed better than the previous season and it’s unbelievable the Jogoos are 5 points clear a head of second place Police and KCCA who have equal points ‘23’.
Eturu’de attributes the noble performance of the initially seemingly fading giants to the unity, togetherness and the sense of family amongst teammates created by the coach.
“I think I will give the coaches credit on that. They made us a family. They created a strong bond in between us regardless of situation at the club win or loss they kept us going.” Said the product of Mvara SS.
Personal motivation and encouragement also acted in what SC Villa has become this season according to the talented midfielder.
“Then us the players, we always encouraged ourselves saying, ‘Yes, you know what? We can do it. We are fed up of listening to people speaking about Philip Ssozi was like this…like that….’” He added, “We said it’s our year to open up a new chapter, we want to leave a legacy also. There is competition at the club so we are winning and we trust and believe in God.”
In 13 games, SC Villa has won 9 games, registered 3 draws and lost only 1. Besides the premier league deducted their 2 points