Thursday Apr 24, 2014. 11:38
Yusuf Mukisa, skipper of Proline FC, has said they have to be at their best to get points when they face defending champions KCCA FC in a FUFA Super League tie on Friday.
With four games to be played for Proline FC, they are in 13th place and face a possible exit from top flight football.
“We know KCCA FC is a strong side and since they lost their last game against Express FC, they will come all out at us,” said Mukisa.
The skipper told AfricanFootball.com that they need to be very cautious because all the remaining four games mean so much to them in their fight to remain in the top league.
“We have beaten KCCA FC before and we know we can get even maximum points against them,” added Mukisa.
But the Proline coach Shafik Bisaso thinks that his strikers need to put away the many chances that come their way, because there is no room for error now. “We need to attack and defend in numbers,” said Bisaso.
Proline FC, which has only won five games from 26 played, are only above Masaka LC, Entebbe FC and CRO FC.