We will cause more problems in Kampala - Gargo

KCCA falter to Stars

12 August 2019 | Sports

LIMBA MUPETAMI

The Ghanaian Mohammed Gargo led his side to victory in the first leg at Sam Nujoma 3-2 and is confident that they can emulate the score in Uganda.

The Namibians conceded an own goal through Ivan Kamberipa but came back to score three goals in the match.

Stars’ goals came from Ambrosius Amseb and Youssouf Ibroihim, who scored a brace. Patrick Kaddu scored for KCCA.

“I’m impressed with the way the players performed. We didn’t have enough preparation time but I’m surprised by the chances we created.

“We will now build on the two weeks of training we have had and work on finishing and stamina,” said Gargo.

“There was a lot of hope going into the match. We conceded silly goals because of carelessness not that the opposition duress us. They played well. They are on form. I believe we will change for the second match,” said Mike Mutebi, KCCA’s coach.

He added that it was a great match as the Namibians played attacking football.

“They were attacking. We won’t be careless in the second leg. In the first half we could have scored three goals but we missed and they got confidence. They gave us a big challenge which we couldn’t answer the way we like.

“They don’t have weaknesses; they have a lot of belief. A team which concedes but comes up and reacts shows that they have a lot of belief.

“There are no small teams. As long as you do your work home and away to receive the results,” Mutebi added.