“We had lapses in concentration especially in second half,” admitted Villa coach Douglas Bamweyana, “We allowed our opponents to dominate the game but am happy that we got the result.” Bamweyana’s counterpart Charles Ssenyange was inconsolable.
Turning point At Namboole, SC Villa coach Douglas Bamweyana wants his side to use Saturday’s win over Vipers as a turning point in a season in which they have struggled for consistency.
We have quality players in various positions so we adjust according to the game,” Bamweyana said of his team’s performance.
Villa’s coach Douglas Bamweyana has, however, promised his club faithful a positive result.
By the time coach Douglas Bamweyana was appointed as Moses Basena’s replacement back in November, Villa had not won any of its eight league games at the time.
Villa coach Douglas Bamweyana leads his team into this a man with mixed feelings after defeat and a draw with URA and Bright Stars in their last two.
SC Villa coach Douglas Bamweyana was left with mixed emotions after his side played out 1-all draw with Bright Stars at the Mandela National Stadium in Namboole yesterday.
SC Villa coach Douglas Bamweyana was left clinging onto his side’s performance after suffering an opening second round defeat to URA on Saturday.
A perfect storm that saw the Jogoos make curious off-season buys, amass four points from a possible 24 and go on to show such extreme profligacy even after Douglas Bamweyana replaced Moses Basena has the record champions reeling.
There has been relative optimism since Douglas Bamweyana and Simon Mugerwa took charge of record 16-time league champions SC Villa at the end of April.