Wednesday Oct 18, 2017. 13:30
Kampala Capital City Authority's Ibrahim Sadam Juma has hailed his teammates following a poor start in their current Ugandan Premier League campaign.
Juma was speaking after the defending league champions garnered just two points from as many games in the beginning of the season, but have now managed seven out of a possible nine in the previous three games.
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The midfielder could make his first appearance for the team on Tuesday against Bright Stars.
“In the first few games, we weren’t good but the boys managed to pick themselves up and they now on track,” he told reporters.
“It’s only a matter of time before we get there but I have a lot of confidence in the boys.
“They are good and hardworking and we only have to keep working as a team.”
Juma has only made two appearances for the club since his controversial move from Express and says the boys have stood in well before heaping praise on fitness coach Badru Kaddu.
“The boys have stood in and am proud of them. Fitness trainer has been helpful and prepared me mentally. Though am yet to get at 100%, am confident of getting better,” adds the player.