KCCA coach: Point away to st. George is OK, barren Score line is dangerous
Kampala Capital City Authority FC’s manager Mike Mutebi has praised his team for fighting to share spoils with St. Georges on Wednesday in a CAF Champions league match.

Mutebi says his players played to the book despite failing to convert the chances but warned that the return leg next week will not be a walk in the park.

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“They actually forced us not to play our game as we tried to negate their passes. We created chances but failed to score. It’s a very good result but very dangerous. It’s not going to be easy because each one of us has a point. They can come over there (in Kampala) and play for a goal and that can change things but we have an advantage because we picked a point,” Mutebi said.

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The two will face again on Saturday 17th at the Startimes stadium in Lugogo with the overall winner advancing to the group stages and the loser drops to second round of the Confederations cup.