KCCA FC ‘quality players’ struggling because of bad playing grounds by most UPL clubs– says Mike Mutyaba ahead of tomorrow tie against Onduparaka 

Mike Mutyaba, on the day he signed with KCCA FC

While addressing the press today morning, Kampala City Council Authority Football Club striker Mike Mutyaba also known as Sulaiman Mutyaba has revealed that poor grounds are costing their style of play. 

“KCCA FC has quality players who find it hard to play quality football away from home because most clubs in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League have poor playing grounds,” Mike Mutyaba said.

In Uganda, only three stadiums, Startimes Stadium, Namboole Stadium and St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende are acknowledged by the Confederation of African Football to host international games.

Mutyaba raised the concern ahead of their home tie tomorrow against Westnile side Onduparaka Football Club. He hailed his side being ready to return to winning ways.

“KCCA FC is a big team and a strong brand. Most of our injured players are coming back and I believe that will motivate the team,” he said.