Jinja based oil makers, BUL FC landed in Cairo-Egypt yesterday ahead of their second leg fixture against Egyptian side, Future FC in the CAF Confederation cup qualification fixture.
A total of 20 players and 9 officials constituted a team that departed on Tuesday, the Team is said to have settled in on Tuesday night and has since had sufficient time preparing.
The Cairo International stadium Saturday match will be decisive on who makes it to the next round after the first leg ended in a goal less draw at St Mary’s Kitende.
There is prediction that Future FC will be dominant on home soil but BUL FC Coach, Isabirye has confidence that his team will out match the Pharoahs. They will however need pressing tactics to improve on their St. Mary’s Kitende display and convert every chance at hand into a goal.
Future FC’s mood after the draw at kitend was a reflection of how they had desperately deliberated to leave Kitende with an advantage.
A post match brawl between Future FC goalkeeper Muhamoud Ahmed and Ahmed Elsayad was rather a sign that the club had come on a winning mission. The failure of the mission sends them a place of double effort to apprehend the task before them, on the other hand though, Alex Isabirye’s men didn’t travel to Cairo to lose .
Having added many names to their camp in the transfer window, the team believes that it has the quality to go past this level.
The display by some of the new names in the club in kitende over the weekend was enough to prove that the transfer market was not in vain.
Mental concentration and steadiness will be a very key factor in deciding BUL’s Cairo fate.
North African teams have been good bullies to the Ugandan teams always finding means to claim a win on or off pitch.