Wednesday Oct 25, 2017. 11:00
Ahead of their Ugandan Premier League clash against Uganda Revenue Authority on Wednesday, Bright Stars coach Fred Kajoba says he won't entertain his opponents.
Since his appointment as Bright Stars head coach three years ago, Kajoba has managed to keep the side competitive in the Premier League.
The Mwererwe-based side has finished seventh, 12th and ninth in his three campaigns in charge despite the club’s financial struggles over the past two seasons.
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However, he says he will not change his tactics to please the opponent after his tactics came under criticism from his past opponents including Vipers SC and KCCA.
“We play URA and they know what to expect from my teams. Some have been critical of our approach but I do not come to entertain the opponents,” said Kajoba to the Daily Nation.
“If the opponents feel they are good enough then they should break us down or use set pieces. We have targets and the opponents can’t tell us how to achieve them.”
URA are expected to be without up to five first team players and coach Ibrahim Kirya admitted a draw under such circumstances would not be the worst result.