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Brian Senyondo reacts to UPDF defeat against Wakiso Giants



UPDF fell to Wakiso Giants to lose their first home match of the season.

The army side has always been one of the toughest side to beat while at home but they failed to recover from a Moses Aliro 24th minute goal.

Youthful tactician Brian Senyondo attributed his team’s loss to lack of desire and drive to break their visitors down.

“I believe we did not to do enough, Wakiso wanted it more and they pushed harder more than us”

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“They were better on the day but we weren’t bad either. In such games you also need luck on your side but most of the 50/50 chances were awarded to them by the referee and we have nothing to do about that”.

UPDF will visit Arua Hill early next month and that will be followed by two other games against tough opponents but Senyondo is adamant that the season is still too young for his team to refocus.

“We badly needed these points to capitalise because the next games are hard, we play Arua away, KCCA away and Vipers will come here but we shall fight to see that we have a good season.

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UPDF also missed a few of their important players that away with the national U-20 men’s team that flew out for Sudan last evening.

Strikers Abas Kyeyune and Rogers Mugisha are UPDF’s players on national duty

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