11 Mar, 10:42
Proline FC forward Ronald Musana has not had a fine run since joining the team and a 0–1 loss to Bul FC on Saturday, saw the team sink a place lower, to 15th on the 16 – team Ugandan Premier League (UPL).
The former Nakumatt, Tusker and KCB player is however not losing hope, despite going the fifth match winless in the second leg.
He says even with the slump, an improvement in the team’s play can be spotted and he has backed the team to get even better and start rising on the log.
Better With Time
“We lost but there is visible growth that can be seen in the team and I am sure we will get better with time. I believe very soon we will start getting the results that we deserve, at this point in time we have to be very optimistic and focus on the positives,” he said.
After 20 matches in the season, Proline has managed 18 points, from five wins and three draws.