Vipers SC head coach Fred Kajoba believes his charges could have easily scored eight goals or even 10 against Malaba Youth Development Association (Myda) FC in the Ugandan Premier League game played on Saturday.
The reigning champions produced their ‘A’ game to beat the promoted side 7-0 at St Mary’s Stadium.
Yunus Sentamu and Paul Mucureezi scored braces and additional goals from Ceasar Manzoki, Disan Galiwango, and Ibrahim Orit handed the Venoms the huge win from the rescheduled game.
However, despite the big win, the tactician believes his charges should have done better and get more goals.
“Definitely I am happy with the result and the performance,” Kajoba said as quoted by Football256.
“That is the way for a big team like Vipers, but we should not be resting because there is a lot that needs to be improved. Yes, the result flatters, but our performance should have been better because we could have scored eight or ten on the day.”
The veteran tactician believes his charges are still an unfinished side and have the potential to get positive outcomes convincingly and consistently.
“There are certain things that need to be improved. I know how good this group can be and am sure we can get to a level where we produce such results consistently,” Kajoba added.
“Until we get there, we are not resting, and we shall not celebrate the victory as much though we take the positives from the game.”
Initially, the tactician had expressed his delight with the competition in the club’s attacking department.
The Ugandan Premier League champions have established strikers – Caeser Manzoki, Milton Karisa, Paul Mucureezi, Yunus Ssentamu, and Dan Sserunkuma who are giving their best to be regulars.
Kajoba, however, stated he will be giving a chance to the players who impress him in training.
After Saturday’s win, the Venoms moved third on the log with 10 points from the four games they have played. The Kitende-based charges have registered three wins and a draw, scoring 15 goals in the process and conceding one.
Myda are 15th with one point after five games. They have lost four games and drawn just one, scoring eight goals and conceding 19.