KAMPALA. KCCA manager Mike Mutebi can sacrifice anything but not his attacking and appealing style of play - home or away. That has hampered KCCA’s progress in continental engagements that have yielded only one win in as many matches. The sole win came against Tanzanian side Mtibwa Sugar in the 2-1 win in Dar es Salaam and Mutebi hinted at taking the same attacking approach to Congolese side Otoho as he bids to make it to the Caf Confederation cup group stages.
“We shall play our way because we have educated players that can do it. We are going for victory in Congo,” he said before the team left on Friday. Lately, Mutebi has sacrificed defensive midfielders Isaac Kirabira, Nicholas Kasozi and Lawrence Bukenya for the attacking quintet of Muzamir Mutyaba, Julius Poloto, Jackson Nunda, Gift Ali and Julius Poloto and it has duly paid up in the league and Caf.Otoho is relatively new at this stage, and Mutebi, missing the services of injured Nunda, will most likely add Kaddu Henry Patrick, either Allan Kyambadde or Patrick Kaddu in the mix at Stade Omnisport Marien Ngouabi to get that elusive away win.