Former Onduparaka attacking midfielder Vitalis Tabu says the team is still learning to play in the top tier division.
The SC Villa attacking midfielder was part of the side that humiliated his former bosses 4-1 at Masaka Recreation Ground on Sunday and said the Caterpillars were fortunate to lose just by four.
“They are good side but still learning to play in the top division,” Tabu told Kawowo Sports. “They were fortunate to swallow just four today,” he added.
Comparing them to SC Villa is unrealistic. We are more experienced and with more quality in the team than they do.
SC Villa controversially lost 4-3 to the West Nile side in Arua in a game Tabu scored for SC Villa but like most of his teammates, the win on Sunday party settles the scores.
It was a painful defeat in Arua but we have showed the difference.
Tabu, SC Villa’s leading goal scorer in the season with 7 goals hasn’t started a game since the second round kicked-off but always plays his part when he comes off the bench.