URA striker Bokota Labama Kamana believes his goal in his team’s 1-0 victory over Sadolin Paints on Tuesday at the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole will help bring back his confidence.
The Rwandan international came off the bench in the second half to separate the two sides with his 89th minute strike, handing the four-time champions their sixth victory of the campaign.
Bokota scorer of five goals this season said: “I’m feeling good right now. We had a very good game and I scored a very crucial goal. It was important for me because I had taken long without scoring. This goal will restore my confidence.”
The striker who joined URA early this season hopes his team can improve in the remainder of the season. The tax collectors have had to deal with mediocre performances that have left them fifth in the league standings with 30 points, 11 adrift of table leaders KCCA who have played two games less.
He said: “The last game, [referring to the Lweza game] we won deservedly and this one too. I hope we can continue finding good results this year and push for a decent finish in the league.”
URA welcome their former league winning coach Alex Isabirye to the Mehta Stadium on Friday when Soana travels for a date.