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Timbe credits URA’s revival to teamwork and belief

by Nnalubaale Sports
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The second round of the Uganda Premier League has seen an upturn of events for URA FC as they have won five of the six games they’ve played.

This tally is more than double what they managed in the first round as they only scooped two victories in 14 matches.

“Teamwork is why we have come this far from both players and the technical team, so I’m grateful,” said head coach Sam Timbe following Wednesday’s 2-1 win over Wakiso Giants FC.

The Tax Collectors are currently occupy fifth position with 29 points, 11 adrift of leaders SC Villa after the same number of games. But Timbe is not buying into the title talk.

“Yes, we are in the right direction, and we just have to win our matches but the league is a marathon. We can’t be talking about being in contention for the title.”

The Wakiso game was the second at the Mehta Stadium in Lugazi since their return.

The first game was a loss to Busoga United.

“I would like to apologize to our fans for losing our first home game here, but we have made amends by beating Wakiso.”

URA will for their next outing be away to Arua Hill SC at the Barifa Stadium on Saturday.

Photo Credit: URA FC Media

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