URA go for early assault
Posted Friday, February 15 2013 at 08:59
Soccer. Coach Paul Nkata hoping for early strike in Cameroon.
Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) coach Paul Nkata has tasked his side to go for an early kill when they face Cameroon’s Coton Sport in a Caf Champions League encounter at Stade Omnisport de Garoua on Sunday.
“Kicking off the first leg away is always positive because what you have to do is look for that crucial early goal or point and complete the task at your own ground,” Nkata said before they left for West Africa yesterday.
“It won’t be an easy game for us being away but I believe we have prepared well and can shock Coton Sport in their own backyard.”
The tax collectors, without their new signings defender Joseph Owino, who hasn’t received his license to play in the continental competition and striker Karim Ndugwa, ruled out with a muscle injury, arrived in Cameoon yesterday afternoon.