BUL FC coach Kefa Kisala admits that his side are lacking confidence after the Jinja side was hammered 4-0 by URA FC on Tuesday at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole in the Azam Uganda Premier League.
The team bankrolled by edible oil giants, BIDCO, have picked up just five points from six games and were out of sorts in Tuesday’s game where they went down as early as the 12th minute.
For Kisala, he is beginning to feel the pressure of the job.
“The problem is that they lack the confidence to do things well. Sometimes you’re down, but you have to work to get back, that’s life,” Kisala said.
BUL has conceded 7 goals in the last two games something that worries Kisala a lot.
Veteran Musa Walangarira was drafted into the heart of defence as Yusuf Mukisa was rested but the goals just kept leaking in.
“I am yet to get the right partnership for my defence and that worries me now,” he admitted.
But even then the team’s attack was so blunt barely testing URA’s goal keeper Mathias Muwanga.
BUL FC remain 13th on the log with five points, two better than bottom-placed Masavu FC.