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Poor finishing annoys Mike Mutebi

By AFP

Added 5th June 2017 01:23 PM

The Lugogo side has scored four goals and conceded five so far in their CAF Confederation Cup campaign.

Poor finishing annoys Mike Mutebi

KCCA FC coach Mike Mutebi reacts during a CAF Confederations Cup match against Nigeria's Rivers United at Lugogo. PHOTO: Mpalanyi Ssentongo

The Lugogo side has scored four goals and conceded five so far in their CAF Confederation Cup campaign.

Mike Mutebi is not happy with his team's performance in front of goal.

"We have to become more efficient," stated the KCCA coach after their 2-1 win over Nigeria's Rivers United on Saturday.

Nsibambi was KCCA's star with a brace but also missed three clear chances. Isaac Muleme and Tom Masiko also wasted chances.

This inefficiency is underlined by KCCA's -1 goal difference.

The Lugogo side has scored four goals and conceded five so far in their CAF Confederation Cup campaign.

A good goal difference will therefore be ,therefore, key as KCCA battles to win one of Group A's two quarter-final slots.

Mutebi insists that they have to do much more.

 Nsibambi celebrates his goal against Rivers United

"It was a good game since we troubled our opponents more but we were not efficient. We were in charge and I like the confidence and belief
that we displayed," he said after the encounter at Omondi stadium, Lugogo.

KCCA indeed dominated play commanding 56% of ball possession. They also had more shots at goal (18) compared to the visitors (6).

He also did not spare his sides poor defence.

"We tend to concede ‘silly' goals. That's why we have to outscore our opponents. We not only have to create but also score our chances."

Mutebi also could not hide his disappointment with the way the visitors wasted time.

"I was very disappointed with Rivers just like El Masry. If you spend most of the match wasting time that is not good football. But otherwise it is good team," he added.

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